Without much advance notice from EA and Respawn, the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S versions of it Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order I know now available. If you purchased the game on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, you get a free update to the current-gen version on the same console family (except in Japan). Beginners can buy it for $ 40.
One nice thing about this update is that you will always receive it even if you purchased a physical copy of it Jedi: Fallen Order on Xbox One or PS4 and you have a digital Xbox Series S or PS5 only. You will need it contact EA and provides a proof of purchase to access the new version. Not many publishers or developers have offered a similar free upgrade option so far.
The current-gen version of Jedi: Fallen Order includes goods and textures of higher resolution and 4K HDR resolution. You can expect much faster loading times and a better performance of 60 frames per second. EA and Respawn activated 60 fps in January for those who play the latest generation version on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S for backward compatibility.
On PS5 and Xbox Series X, you can choose to launch the game in 1440p performance at 60 fps. With performance mode off, you can play in 4K at 30 fps. On Xbox Series S, performance is limited to 1080p at 60 fps.
Your backup data must be automatically transferred from the Xbox One version to the current generation. On PS5, you need to transfer the data manually. Once you have the PS4 data on your storage system (by playing the PS4 version on PS5 or transferring it via cloud storage or a USB drive), you can select the Import PS4 System Save Data option. It’s annoying, but luckily not too complicated. If you transfer your backup to a current-gen system from the respective old one, you will unlock it Jedi: Fallen Order achievements and trophies you have already earned.
Along with the upgrade, EA and Respawn announced that more than 20 million people have played Star Wars: Order of the Fallen Jedi across all platforms and services. Along with consoles, it is available on PC and Google Stage.
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