More than a year after its initial release, Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order is finally available on Xbox Series X | S and PS5 with some technical improvements along the way.
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Budding Jedi can now push back the dark side of the Force on next-gen consoles, at a cost of € 39.99. Note in passing that EA does not want to turn its back on its customers, and that if you have already purchased the game on eighth generation consoles, the upgrade to the PS5 and the Xbox Series will be completely free.
Thanks to this step into modernity, gamers will be able to enjoy high resolution textures and elements, 4K, HDR, a framerate of 60 fps, and much faster load times (here it is). is linked to the SSD of your machine, and not really to the game).
And for 4K 60fps, there is the PC
Note, however, that it will be possible to vary between two graphics presets, by activating or not the performance mode. Clearly, by activating it, we take advantage of 60 images seconds but in 1440p, while deactivated, we will have the right to 4K, but we will have to be content with 30 FPS.
Bad news for players who have the Xbox Series S, since the latter only offers 1080p 60 fps (nothing really very next gen ‘then). To find out everything, we suggest that you take a look at the official FAQ which can be found this address.