Star Wars Jedi: Survivor PC Performance Guide: How to Achieve Stable FPS
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor launched on PC with major performance issues, and, in this guide, we’ll try to tackle some of them in order to achieve relatively stable FPS.
The method to improve performance is relatively simple and essentially requires you to make a few tweaks to settings here and there. While this does not eliminate loading stutters during traversal, it improves the average frame rate in the general run of play. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor fans are undoubtedly disappointed by the game’s performance on PC, and we certainly hope that developer Respawn Entertainment is looking to bring greater stability in terms of FPS via future updates.
How To Improve Performance In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor On PC
In order to improve performance in the PC version of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, follow the steps outlined below.
- On Nvidia GPUs, enable ReBAR via the Nvidia Profile Inspector
- Open the GameUserSettings.ini file (appdata/local/swgame/…) and make the following changes:
- Set anti-aliasing to 0 (Low)
- Set Resolution Quality to 100%
- Manually set the screen height and width variables as per the native resolution of your display
- Set all Fullscreen variables to 1
- Set Desired Screen Height to True
- Set all other visual settings to 3 (Epic) or lower on mid-end systems
- Set GameUserSettings.ini as a read-only file to prevent the game from resetting the Resolution Quality to 50%
- In the Nvidia control panel, make the following changes:
- Enable anisotropic filtering
- Set anti-aliasing settings to override at 8x or lower on mid-end systems
- Optionally, enable super sampling if there is available performance headroom
- In the in-game settings, make the following changes:
- Set FSR to Quality
- Disable Ray Tracing
- Disable usage sharing
- Disable the EA Origin overlay
Note that while applying the aforementioned settings should help in bringing some stability to FPS, it will not take care of all of the game’s performance issues. We certainly hope that developer Respawn Entertainment is working on a more in-depth fix to improve performance in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.