Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Patch Improves Console Performance with ‘Solid 60fps’ Mode
Respawn Entertainment has recently released a new patch update for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on consoles that promises improved performance and a new 60fps mode. The update is available to download for Xbox and PlayStation 4 users.
The patch is aimed at boosting the gaming experience for console users, reducing frame stuttering, and bringing “solid 60fps” play. To get the 60fps mode, you’ll need a “Mode Updater” tool within the game. This will prompt the user to update their in-game settings to the optimal mode prior to every session.
The game’s improved frame rate will be supported for both single and multiplayer modes. Single player should have a smoother experience if players have their settings configured correctly. Multiplayer games should also benefit from the improved frame rate, making it easier for players to compete with each other.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has had its fair share of performance problems since its initial launch back in 2019. Developers at Respawn have been working hard to address these issues, and this new patch looks to be a great step forward.
The patch has also come with other fixes and tweaks, such as increased enemy health in some of the harder difficulty settings, improved lightsaber aiming mechanics, and a revised UI. These changes should further enhance the game’s overall UX, making it more playable and enjoyable.
The update looks to be the first major improvement for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order since its launch, and we’re excited to see how the new features will improve our experience.