EA admits that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor “does not perform by our standards” on PCs

We were largely satisfied with Star Wars Jedi: Survivor when we played it on PS5 – here’s our full review – but it has major issues on PC. A day after launch, 63 percent of Steam reviews are negativecomplaining that even high-end components cannot run the game properly.

Now publisher EA is starting to own it. “We are aware that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is not performing to our standards for a percentage of our PC players,” a tweet of the official EA Star Wars account.

EA promises to “address these cases quickly” and is already working on solutions – but it seems clear from the company’s wording that it doesn’t want to get your hopes up too high, warning that “there is no single, all-encompassing solution for PC performance. ” The company also seems to be throwing some shade at players using Windows 10 instead of Windows 11.

Here’s where Eat: Survivor‘s Steam reviews will be available from April 28 at noon.
Screenshot of Sean Hollister / EntertainmentCab

If this whole story sounds mighty familiar, that’s because it’s similar to the saga we’re dealing with right now The Last of Us Part I on PC, a game (such as Eat: Survivor!) was specifically so delayed would meeting those quality standards yet launched with so many serious issues that it received “mostly negative” reviews on Steam.

A rock paper gun reports that the game is a “hot mess” especially on the Steam Deck, which is a shame considering the original Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a Deck launch marketing title and ran quite well. EA doesn’t mention the Deck at all in its fixes note. Last I tested, The last of us still wasn’t running well on the Deck despite several waves of fixes.

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