Fact: Light swords are cool. You know what’s cooler? The lightsabers swung clear 4K. This is exactly what you will see in future versions of Respawn’s metroidvania-ish Jedi Star Wars: The Order Has Fell, upgraded now for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S. EA quietly released the update this morning.
Fallen OrderThe official next-generation upgrade has been on the wings for some time, first announced from Lucasfilm Games in April. Yes A January title update for the game has improved the frame rate (from 45fps to 60fps) on next generation consoles. But it was only an optimization and one that didn’t even offer the standard 4K resolution provided by many forged versions of the latest generation of games. This is the real deal.
The upgrade is free for those who already own it Fallen Order on a PS4 or Xbox One, as long as you stick to the console family (both PS4 to PS5 or Xbox One to Xbox Series X / S). It is worth noting this Fallen Order It is currently part of the EA Play library, making it available to Xbox owners who subscribe to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Fallen Order, released in 2019, plays players like Cal Kestis, a young Padawan Jedi who survived Order 66, who saw the fall of the Jedi Order. An update on Star Wars Day came out last year add arena modein which players can take a series of gradually difficult combat challenges. You can also take an orange lightsaber. Hell yes.
Last year, Cat reports that Respawn has Jedi Star Wars: The Order Has Fell continuation in the works. Not a word about a potential sequel or spinoff yet. In other words, everyone sick of a Star Wars Jedi: The Adventures of Luminara Unduli you may want to pour a nice warm glass of blue milk and wait a while. Publisher EA holds a non-E3 press conference on July 22.