Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts have released a major update for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor that improves performance on consoles and PCs. In the new version, we give better optimization, and the desktop version will be supported by the DLSS. The game only supported AMD FSR 2.1 previously.
Jedi: Survivor now uses DLSS 3 with frame generation on the new GeForce RTX 40 series, and regular DLSS 2 upscaling on all other GeForce RTX graphics cards.
On consoles, performance has been significantly improved so that it offers 60 frames of stable performance. A number of optimizations have also been made for the quality mode, which has reduced the fps fluctuation. Added Variable Frame Rate mode for PlayStation 5. A lot of small bugs have also been fixed.