Electronic Arts (EA) has announced that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is set to receive several patches in the weeks following its launch. The patches will aim to enhance the game’s performance, fix bugs, and introduce more accessibility features. The first patch will be released on launch day across all platforms. EA has not disclosed the exact number of patches that will be deployed, but the company has reassured fans that more updates will follow.
Early Reviews Highlight Technical Issues
While reviews of the game have been generally positive, some reviewers have highlighted technical issues. The performance on the PC version has been described as “unacceptable” at times, with double-digit frame drops during background loading. However, it is worth noting that reviewers played the game without the benefits of the day-one patch that EA has promised. Therefore, it is possible that some of these issues may be resolved by the time players get their hands on the game.
Despite some technical issues, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has been praised for its excellent qualities. However, some critics have noted that the game does little to improve what its predecessor, Fallen Order, lacked. One reviewer stated that the game was “buggy as hell” in the build they played.
EA’s announcement of multiple post-launch patches is seen by some as an effort to get ahead of any issues with the game’s performance. It is hoped that the patches will quickly address any bugs or glitches, and improve the overall gaming experience.
In conclusion, while some players may experience technical issues with Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, EA’s commitment to post-launch patches is reassuring. Fans can look forward to an improved gaming experience in the weeks following the game’s release.