It has been on the cards for some time now but EA has stealth dropped the next gen upgrades for their 2019 title Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The upgrades are actually the second time it has been upgraded but this time to tie into the raw power of next gen hardwware. The updates were released earlier today but it wasn’t until later that developer Respawn put out any comms regarding these sizable improvements.
In a press release, EA and Respawn have given the below upgrade information:
- Higher Resolution Textures & Assets
- 4K/HDR Resolution
- Improved 60 FPS Performance
- Significantly Faster Loading Times
Noice! The upgrades are free to anyone who owns the game and they give directions on how to upgrade. Tantalizingly, the update also confirmed that 20 million players have wielded a lightsaber in the single player title. These are pretty impressive numbers and should be enough to hopefully guarantee a sequel (there are rumours out there but nothing confirmed). Then again, this is EA so… who knows?
It’s also weird that EA stealth dropped the next gen upgrades for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order with little fanfare, especially when we are in the midst of E3 celebrations and would have made a nice announcement. Still, we really liked the game and may take a quick gander at how well the game performs now on our respective next gen consoles.
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