EA Outline Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order's Next-Gen Improvements

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Following EA's surprise stealth launch for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order earlier today, we've now got details on how the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions improve upon it. As a reminder, if you already own the PS4 or Xbox One editions, you can upgrade for free.

Outlined in an official FAQ, next-gen players can expect these technical improvements:

  • Higher resolution textures and assets
  • 4K / HDR resolution
  • Improved 60 frames per second performance
  • Significantly faster loading times

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EA Outline Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order's Next-Gen Improvements

Like many games, Fallen Order gives players a choice in their graphical options. For those playing on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, you can choose a "Performance Mode" which runs at 1440p resolution with 60fps. Should you turn this off, that'll provide 4K resolution at 30fps. As for Series S owners, performance is locked to 1080p/60FPS.


While Xbox Series X|S owners will automatically see their save game pulled from cloud storage, PS5 owners need to ensure the PS4's save data is on your system storage, should they wish to carry over their progress. Once done, choose the “Import PS4 System Save Data” prompt on the start-up screen and it'll transfer over.