Star Wars Jedi: Survivor had a messy launch on PC and EA is aware of it, promising to make it better. While the console version has a few issues here and there, none of them match just how broken the PC port is.
EA admitted that the Star Wars sequel isn’t working they it should be on computers, especially since even high-end PCs are struggling with this game. As they stated previously, the company is going to release patches that will make the acclaimed title playable on PC.
“We are aware that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor isn’t performing to our standards for a percentage of our PC players, in particular those with high-end machines or certain specific configurations,” the company said on Twitter.
Unsurprisingly, the lack of quality found in this game has led to some discourse about the state of multi-platform titles. Some wonder why companies don’t develop for PC first and then ported down to consoles. Others have pointed out that PC ports of games like Dead Island 2 are great on computers right away.
It’s a shame that the game is such a mess on PC, as Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has gotten a number of good reviews already. Maybe it’s because they were reviewed on PS5 and Xbox Series but those critics are claiming that it might be the best Star Wars game. Granted, that’s a loaded statement with titles like Knights of the Old Republic readily available but we don’t blame anyone for having new game freshness.
Console players are the clear winners for now, as they can enjoy the sequel with fewer bugs and issues. We’ve already discussed some of the returning characters and being able to chop off stormtrooper limbs, so this is definitely superior to Fallen Order. Let’s just hope PC players don’t have to wait too long for the patches.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is now available on the PS5, Xbox Series, and PC.