Star Wars Jedi: Survivor performance issues
The sequel to 2019’s Fallen Order, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor performance issues are infuriated the gamers. The game received mostly good scores from critics after its release. In our Star Wars Jedi: Survivor review we published the other day, there is a rain of criticism on Steam for the game with performance problems.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor performance issues are annoying
One of the most anticipated games of 2023, Jedi: Survivor was eagerly awaited by many fans after the success of the previous game. However, there is a situation that cannot meet the expectations with the game that came out recently.
Of course, we can think that this situation was also realised by internet trolls. Especially in recent days, Horizon: Burning Shores was also affected by a similar situation on Metacritic, making user scores dysfunctional. We can also think of a similar situation for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. However, we also mentioned that we had performance problems in our review.
On Steam, players generally criticised the production for its performance. According to one of the users, “Nvidia was able to achieve 30 fps in some areas with the RTX 3090. Another stated that the 3080 was not enough to run the game. Of course, tests are carried out with many different components before the game is released. We do not know if it is possible to have such a problem.
Below you can watch a 4K 90 FPS video posted by DSO Gaming’s editor John Papapapoulos. They used AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D, 32GB DDR5 RAM (6000Mhz) and NVIDIA’s RTX 4090 as the test system. The operating system is Windows 10 64-bit and the GPU driver is GeForce 531.61.
We would be glad if our friends who bought the game share their performances with us in the comments.