EA has acknowledged that Jedi: Survivor did not perform to the company’s standards on some PCs.
According to The Verge , EA’s Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has been highly appreciated and satisfied by the vast majority of players when experiencing it on PlayStation 5. But currently the latest Star Wars game is having a big problem on PC.
Accordingly, just one day after launch, up to 63% of game reviews on Steam were negative, many people complained that even high-end PC systems could not run the game properly. stable.
And now publisher EA is starting to acknowledge the ongoing problem: “We know that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor doesn’t work to our standards for PC players,” a tweet from the EA account Star Wars official said.
The company promises to quickly resolve the issue and is working on fixes. But the company also seems to be implying that users shouldn’t expect too much and warns that a comprehensive solution for PC performance is not possible.
The case of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is similar to what The Last of Us Part I PC version encountered. This game has been delayed many times to perfect the quality and but was released with so many serious problems, that it received a series of “mostly negative” reviews on Steam.
Additionally, Rock Paper Shotgun also reports that the game is also ‘a mess’ on the Steam Deck. Many players on the Deck expressed regret because the original version of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order also debuted on Valve’s consoles but worked quite well. There is no word yet on whether EA will fix the bug for the Steam Deck version.