The Star Wars Jedi: Survivor performance on consoles between PS5 and Xbox Series X|S is something fans want to know. Some of the reviews state that the game is bit buggy at the moment on both platforms. At the same time, information on the resolution and framerate for the various graphics options on PlayStation and Xbox versions of the game can be tough to figure out. Here’s everything we know so far about the Jedi Survivor performance modes on console.
What is the Jedi Survivor performance on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S?
The Jedi Survivor performance varies depending on the console, as described by the official FAQ for the game from Electronic Arts.
On PS5, Quality Mode will have the game run at a locked 30 fps at 4K, while Performance Mode will have a targeted 60 fps at an unspecified resolution (though we expect it to be 1440p. The same will go for the Xbox Series X version of the game.
As for the Xbox Series S, there will only be one standard display setting, without an option between performance or quality mode. The official FAQ sadly doesn’t specific which one.
For more guides on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, here is whether the game is coming out on PS4 and Xbox One, and whether you need to play Fallen Order to understand what’s going on in the game.