Respawn and EA have released an important patch for Star Wars: Jedi Survivor. It was released on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S, writes Engadget.

This is the seventh patch. In it, the developers have improved the performance mode on consoles and now offer a stable 60 FPS. Quality mode has also been improved with “optimizations” that help reduce frame rate fluctuations and improve visuals.

In addition, the PS5 version of Jedi Survivor received support for variable refresh rates for the first time.

The PC version, which has received most complaints about performance, has also received some stability improvements. Respawn also added support for DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) from Nvidia for the Windows version of the game.

By the way, it has recently become known that Star Wars: Jedi Survivor will be released on PS4 and Xbox One. However, there is no release date for the game on these consoles, not even a tentative one.