Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order received a big update on Tuesday that increases frame rates and resolutions via backward compatibility on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The free update was announced in a news release from Electronic Arts.

Today’s update contains the next console-specific upgrades:

Xbox Series S

  • Frame fee has been elevated to 60 fps (up from 45 fps)

Xbox Series X Performance mode

  • Frame fee has been elevated to 60 fps
  • Dynamic decision added within the vary of 1080p to 1440p

Xbox Series X Normal mode (non-performance mode)

  • Post-processing has been elevated to 4K
  • Dynamic decision within the vary of 1512p to 2160p

PlayStation 5

  • Frame fee has been elevated to 60 fps (up from 45 fps)
  • Post-processing elevated to 1440p
  • Dynamic decision has been disabled and the sport is rendering at 1200p (up from 810-1080p)

Developed by Respawn Entertainment (Titanfall, Apex Legends), Fallen Order is a third-person action-adventure recreation set within the early days of the Empire. Order 66 has been issued, which requires the assassination of each residing Jedi within the galaxy. Players take on the function of survivor Cal Kestis, who should study the martial methods of his order whereas combating again in opposition to fascism. The recreation was essential in addition to business success, promoting much more models than anticipated.