EA Addresses PC Players Concerns On Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
Electronic Arts is a major video game publisher that has been involved in the release of games such as Battlefield, FIFA and more. The company released its highly anticipated sequel, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, yesterday on multiple platforms. However, on PC, many players have been experiencing severe stability issues, making it almost unplayable on several platforms. The company has addressed these issues via a release. Furthermore, the game is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
Via its official Twitter on EA Star Wars, the company stated, “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.” Moreover, the company then states that they noted certain cases in particular with high-end graphics cards, but that they were working on a solution. In closing, the team noted that they have been working on fixes that would work across a spectrum of configurations and are committed to fixing the issues.
Despite the stability issues on PC, the general consensus from reviewers and players alike is that the game is fantastic. Fans have been enjoying the lightsaber combat and exploring a deep world in Star Wars. Interested persons can check out COGConnected’s review here. In the game, players as Kel have mastered the Jedi powers and must now face new challenges.
What are your thoughts on Electronic Arts? Do you enjoy their games? Are you excited to jump into Star Wars Jedi: Survivor? Did you enjoy its prequel? Did you buy the game on PC? Are you experiencing stability and other issues? What did you think about the release? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter and Facebook.