EA and Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has launched for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S today.
Leaks from UK retailers yesterday suggested that the game was set to release on June 11 for next-gen consoles, despite there being no official announcement from the publisher.
Those who have already purchased the title on either PS4 or Xbox One can upgrade to the enhanced edition for free. Meanwhile, the game is available as a standalone purchase for just $40 in digital and physical stores.
Those who have physical versions of the earlier version of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order can still get the upgrade at no addition cost. Users will just have to send proof of purchase to EA to receive a download code to get the next-gen edition.
Save data can also be transferred between platforms, but only on the same family of consoles. There are also two different modes that players can choose to play on: a performance mode that will lock the frame rate at 60 fps with a resolution of 1440p and a quality mode that runs at 30 fps with 4K resolution.
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