A lot of PC players have been struggling to run Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and have suffered a litany of performance issues, including lag.

Fortunately, there are some settings you can easily change that will hopefully fix your lag issues or, at the very least, boost performance a little.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Best Visual Settings For No Lag on PC

If you want to reduce lag in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on PC, go to the Visuals section in settings and apply these:

  • Graphics Quality – Low
  • View Distance – Low
  • Shadow Quality – Low
  • Anti-Aliasing – Low
  • Texture Quality – Low
  • Visual Effects – Low
  • Post Processing – Low
  • Foliage Detail – Medium – Low (on Low, some interactable plants may not load correctly)
  • V-Sync – Off
  • Ray Tracing – Off
  • AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2 – Performance
  • Motion Blur – Off
  • Film Grain – Off
  • Chromatic Aberration – Off
  • Camera Shake – 50 – 0%
  • Ambient Camera Sway – 50 – 0%
The best PC settings for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

With these settings, you should hopefully experience less lag, especially in the open areas. However, the lag has seen Star Wars Jedi: Survivor be review bombed on Steam, with some users claiming it doesn’t run at all.

While these settings should help, they’re not guaranteed to work. Several user reviews have stated that they struggle to run the game even while using high-end graphics cards with the game on low settings.

If these settings do not fix the game’s performance for you, then it may be a case of waiting for a potential patch or getting a refund.

These issues are also plaguing the game’s console versions, with the PS5 stuttering in the more spacious levels.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Fixes For Lag & Poor Performance

There are some potential fixes you can try to reduce lag and improve performance in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. They are:

  • Make sure your drivers are up to date
  • Enable Game Mode in your PC’s settings
    • This can be done by searching Gaming or Game Mode in your PC’s search bar and selecting Game Mode settings
  • Close any memory-intensive applications in Task Manager
    • Typically closing Chrome or other browsers can free up a lot of memory
  • Turn off any overlays affecting your game

While these aren’t guaranteed to alleviate your lag in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, they are the best temporary fixes for the time being.