‘STAR WARS JEDI: FALLEN ORDER’ NEXT-GEN UPDATE RELEASED, HERE’S WHAT IT DOES

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order‘ has been a hit with both critics and audiences. Metacritic lists it at 79% from critics and 77% from users. And not only!

Released on November 15, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One and PC, it sold 10 million copies by March 31, 2020 (source: Venturebeat); a commercial success which most likely means that the game’s publisher – EA – and its makers – Respawn Entertainment (‘Apex Legends‘, ‘Titanfall‘) – will further develop the franchise. Not least because the patch/update released today.

The “next-gen optimization update” for Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 is improving the visuals (in terms of framerate and resolution). Here follows a quick summary:

Xbox Series X
60FPS up to 1440p
30FPS up to 4K

Xbox Series S
60FPS up from 45

PS5
60FPS up from 45
1200p

For more details: https://www.ea.com/games/starwars/jedi-fallen-order/news/next-gen-optimization-update

No ‘TITANFALL 2’ At #E3 This Year

Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that the sequel to Titanfall will not be showcased ar this year’s E3.

This comes hardly as a surprise as the game was just announced a couple of months back. EA has also said that it will be released somewhere during the financial year 2017. This would mean that we will see something at next year’s event.

Titanfall 2 will also come to PS4, besides Xbox One and PC. The first game was not released for Sony’s console. 

EA talks multiplatform Titanfall sequels

(source: Eurogamer)

Promising mech shooter Titanfall is one of Xbox One’s flagship titles, but EA is considering future titles in the series for launch as fully multiplatform releases.

Speaking in an investor call last night (transcribed by Seeking Alpha), EA exec Blake J. Jorgensen explained that the publisher already had its eyes on a multiplatform future.