Respawn Entertailovebylifent announced this Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order its next update was announced today.
The update will be free for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions owners or can be purchased separately. Owners of physical copies can contact EA through them help site provide their account information to receive the update for free.
Players must choose their platform, select “codes and promotions,” fill out a form, and confirm that they purchased to receive the code. Respawn confirmed the update would return in April, but did not give a release date to date.
We are proud to announce the next generation update #StarWarsJediFallenOrder available from today.
It is now available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | Get in S.
Do you already have a copy of the game on the console? Your next generation update is free.
– Reply (@Respawn) June 11, 2021
Respawn, players who have a disc version of the original Xbox Series X | S or PlayStation 5 has made it clear that they want to get the game digitally.
According to Post on EA blog This version of the game includes:
- High-precision castings and assets
- 4K / HDR resolution
- 60 FPS performance improved
- Download times are significantly faster
This new version of the game also includes a run mode. This converts the game to 1440p pixels and 60 FPS. This does not apply to the Xbox Series S, but is locked at 1080p and 60 FPS.
Xbox Series X | Saving the game using cloud boxes can also be done, while PS5 players will need to save the data on the PS5 on the PS4, where it will be possible to import the game.
Respawn also mentioned how many players there are Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order there was. They said: “To date, more than 20 million players have played around the world Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order across all consoles, platforms and subscription services. “
According to Respawn, the update misrepresents that some players have been paid, and they are currently working on fixing the problem.