Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has faced criticism for its poor performance on launch, especially from Steam users. Following the backlash, EA has acknowledged that the issues are particularly bad on PC. In a tweet, EA said that they are aware that the game isn’t performing to their standards for a percentage of PC players, especially those with high-end machines or certain specific configurations.
Patches to be provided soon
EA has promised to provide patches for the game as soon as possible, but warns that given the varied hardware configurations of PC players, it will take a significant amount of testing to ensure that updates don’t cause more problems than they solve. They plan to share update timing as soon as it is available.
Negative reviews on Steam
Jedi: Survivor Steam reviews have been mostly negative due to the game’s poor performance. Console players have had slightly better luck, but only slightly. EA was promising loads of patches even before the game launched. However, players are not satisfied with EA’s response, feeling that it fails to acknowledge the problems on console and inadequately addresses how widespread the issues are on PC.
When the game works, it’s great, as our Star Wars Jedi: Survivor review can attest. The game does not disappoint on the weird little guy front. Overall, EA is working to address the performance issues to provide an enjoyable gaming experience for all players.