EA is dropping a new performance patch to fix Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s many issues but it might not be everything fans were hoping for.
On May 1, a new Jedi: Survivor patch is dropping for PC that promises to contain performance improvements following a very rocky launch.
Then, on May 2, console players on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S will get a large patch that promises to fix a number of issues that are supposedly already functional on PC.
Jedi: Survivor May 1 Update Patch Notes
The May 1 update for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a PC-only update that should help the game’s less-than-ideal performance on the platform. The patch notes are as follows:
- Performance improvements for non-raytraced rendering.
Yep, that’s the whole list. We can only hope that the performance improvements are substantial!
In the meantime, players can help mitigate the new Star Wars game’s poor performance by using the best settings for FPS in Jedi: Survivor.
It’s worth noting that while the console patch (shown below) contains far more substantial patch notes, EA claims that the PC version of the game has already received the fixes set to arrive in the console update.
Jedi: Survivor May 2 Update Patch Notes
The May 2 update for Jedi: Survivor is exclusive to consoles. Its patch notes are as follows:
- Multiple crashes fixed across PlayStation and Xbox consoles and various areas of the game.
- Fixed crashes from skipping cinematic cutscenes.
- Performance improvements.
- Fixed dynamic cloth inside Mantis.
- Fixed rendering issues.
- Fixed issue with registered Nekko not saving colors and disappearing from stables.
- Fixed cinematic dialogue overlapping issue.
- Fixed collision issues.
- Fixed enemy AI T Pose in Photo Mode.
- Fixed game freeze when talking to Doma.
- Fixed bug where BD-oil VFX didn’t render correctly.
- Fixed issue where players could get stuck inside Chamber of Duality.
Players can also use the best PS5 and Xbox Series X/S settings to improve console performance in Jedi: Survivor and enhance their in-game experience.
But that’s not all – EA goes on to state that the team is hard at work on future patches to further improve performance and fix the game’s bugs.
We’re sure fans are happy to hear it, considering that the new Star Wars title launched to Mostly Negative reviews on Steam due to performance issues.