Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars Jedi: Survivor players can no longer access DLC items from pre-ordering and buying its expensive Deluxe Edition.
A number of players took to social media to explain that numerous additional purchases have become inaccessible after the game’s latest update. Alongside issues like the exception_access_violation error,
The brilliant Star Wars game is no stranger to bugs and issues, including game-breaking bugs and shocking PS5 performance issues. However, this newest issue is making expensive additions to the game completely useless.
Found on all platforms, the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor DLC bug stops Hermit, Scoundrel, Rebel Hero costumes and more from being usable within the massive action game.
On Reddit, dozens of players revealed that they are currently experiencing the issue. Across Xbox Series consoles, PS5 and PC, many players report that all additionally purchased cosmetics are inaccessible.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor developer Respawn Entertainment has confirmed the issue is being worked on at the studio. While some players have been able to use their DLC items again, Respawn is currently working on a patch to fix the bug for all players.
If you’re currently experiencing the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor DLC issue, there’s currently no fix for the bug. While there is a possibility of your access coming back randomly, you’ll have to wait until there’s a new patch for a permanent resolution.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has a large number of issues on all platforms, especially PC. While the new action game is one of the best games of the year, there’s a large number of technical issues to look past.
Despite these issues, EA and Respawn’s newest title has become a bestseller just days after release. While it has not matched the hype of Harry Potter RPG Hogwarts Legacy, the new game is still selling very strongly.
There are still a number of new AAA Star Wars game in development. Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human developer Quantic Dream is creating Star Wars: Eclipse, a High Republic Era narrative adventure. Assassin’s Creed developer Ubisoft is also working on an open-world Star Wars game.