After a long wait, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, was released this April 28 for PS5, Xbox Series X / S and PC via Steam. However, the launch of the game for computers was too poorly optimized, so the Star Wars game had a mostly negative reception from players.
The Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Steam page shows a large amount of red in its ratings, since it barely has 34% positive comments, and the fault lies with the optimization: the negative comments for the game focus their annoyances on what badly programmed that it is, claiming that the game was delayed to polish details and even so the PC version came out with fluidity problems so big that even computers with good specifications failed to run the game at 60 FPS.
Most of the game’s reviews to date are negative due to its poor performance.
On behalf of EA and Respawn, the developer and distributor companies of the game, already announced that they would release an update on the day of release to fix optimization issues, as well as release more patches in the weeks after release, in order to eliminate errors and improve the performance of the computer game.
This first patch is already causing problems for players, since it already weighs 128 GB, an overwhelming amount considering that the base game weighs 155 GB on PC. Also, users claim that if the weight wasn’t enough, the download is duplicating files to replace them later, which means that the installation requires at least 270+ GB dedicated to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, such a little solution. practice that some players have preferred to uninstall and reinstall the game with the patch already included.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor players mention that at least the story of the video game is good and surprising, although, in terms of performance, it can improve a lot. At least they have referred to the problem as something not so serious, compared to what happened with the port of The Last of Us Part I, which was directly unplayable.
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