Respawn Entertainment has confirmed the support for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. The game will also target 60 FPS.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a brand new third-person action game from Respawn Entertainment, the studio that is behind TitanFall and Apex Legends. They are publishing the game under EA and it is officially canon and set in the Star Wars universe produced by Disney.
It has been now confirmed that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will support PS4 Pro and Xbox One with two different performance modes. The game will include two choices for those who want to get the best optimization out of their consoles. The first is a performance mode that will run at a higher frame rate targetting 60 FPS. It won’t always hit the mark but the game should run smoother.
The second option is for a quality mode that bumps the resolution, presumably to run at 4K, and has a frame rate limit of 30 FPS. This should be able to keep a consistent frame rate and offer a slightly prettier image quality. If you prefer an unlocked frame rate, the second choice should be good enough.
The game is expected to arrive on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 16, 2019. Respawn Entertainment is working on it ahead of the launch and it will be published by EA who also owns the Star Wars license for video games from Disney.
Respawn Entertainment has detailed the PC system requirements for the game. They have continued to show new gameplay footage from it and also detailed that there won’t be any post-launch content as part of a season pass.