The seven patch for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor adds DLSS support on PC and improves performance



Today, Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts have announced the release of a patch at the seven number for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. This major update is aimed at solving many problems with performance of both PCs and on consoles. In addition, as you can read in the journal of changes below, the version for the PC receives official support for DLSS.

The update represents several improvements related to performance on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, including:

  • The performance mode was completely redesigned to significantly improve the gameplay.
  • A number of GPU and CPU optimizations, as well as disconnecting rays trace led to an improvement in the gameplay, including stable 60 FPS in Performance mode.
  • The quality mode was also optimized to reduce FPS fluctuations and other visual improvements.
  • Added support for a variable update frequency for PS5
  • Additional improvements in performance and optimization for PC, including DLSS support.
  • Improving the conservation system that prevent damage to the saved games
  • Fixed problems because of which players could not restore their XP after death under certain circumstances.
  • Various corrections of various failures
  • Various corrections of errors and improvement on all platforms, including corrections of fabric behavior, lighting and user interface.

As you probably remember, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is one of those games sponsored AMD, which only FSR 2 at the launch.1. Fortunately, Modder PureDark added support for DLSS 2 and DLSS 3, which significantly improved both performance and image accuracy.

Now, thanks to the built-in implementation of DLSS 2, this part of the PUREDARK fashion will no longer be needed, although the owners of the RTX 40 graphic processors will still be interested in the fashion of Frame Generation to achieve a higher frequency of personnel.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was released on April 28 and gained wide recognition, despite the aforementioned problems with performance.