Respawn developers have delighted Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order fans with free game enhancements on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S. Although it was possible to comfortably play on the new consoles the original version from the last generation, the game was not able to take full advantage of the power of the next-gene, did not run at a higher resolution and especially in combat sequences suffered from a lower framerate. However, this changes with the wave of a magic wand, and on all three mentioned consoles, the main character Cal Kestis can now move at 60 fps, instead of the previous 45 fps.
“The update, which is now available on both platforms, improves the game’s performance, especially in terms of post-processing effects,” says the developers, and comes up with a quick definition of what devices will improve beyond the 60 fps. With the Xbox Series S, gamers can look forward to dynamic resolution support up to a maximum of 1440p. On the PlayStation 5, on the other hand, the dynamic resolution was eliminated, so the game renders steadily in 1200p resolution (PS4 Pro used a dynamic resolution from 810-1080p) and the resolution of the mentioned post-processing effects was increased to 1400p. But the best part is technically the Xbox Series X, which also offers a choice between performance mode and quality mode, in which post-process effects are rendered in 4K and the overall resolution is between 1512p and 2160p. However, if you suffer from agility and guaranteed 60 fps, dynamic resolution from 1080p to 1440p is active in performance mode.
If you want to watch an improved version of the game, the first videos are starting to appear on YouTube, which clearly demonstrate a sharper image, corresponding to the high graphics settings from computers. However, the best improvement still remains the shift to 60 fps, thanks to which playing this type of games is undoubtedly more accurate and hand in hand with all the fixes released so far, it may be time to look at the Fallen Order again after more than a year.