Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: EA Apologizes And Promises Fixes For PC

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EA Promised To Drop Fixes And Patches Soon!

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has been one of the most awaited games of the year. Though the game gathered excellent reviews from critics before the release of the game, it looks like it is struggling to perform well for PC users.

Soon after the game’s release, many PC gamers have been facing issues with the game. The most common problem players face is the frame rates and usage of high VRAM. The game struggles to hit 60FPS even with the GeForce RTX 4090 after taking more than 20GB VRAM. Moreover, the game is also taking up to 16GB of RAM.

For the same reason, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was bombarded with Negative reviews on Steam. The game has already gotten over 750 Negative reviews on Steam within a day of its release.

Now, EA finally responded to the PC issues and apologized for poor performance;

EA has also apologized to fans for the Poor PC port and promised to drop fixes and patches soon. However, the game might take some time to get fixed as EA requires significant testing before dropping any patch to ensure the issue gets resolved.

PC players can finally have a chill pill as EA has already been working on the fixes of the game and will be dropping patches soon for fans. If you haven’t played the game and are planning to play it soon, it is best to wait at least a month or two to get your hands on it.

While Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has not given any time for the fixes, PC fans must wait until the game gets playable on the platform. Aside from that, what do you think about this? Have you played the game? Did you face any issues? Please tell us in the comments.

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