Star Wars Jedi: Survivor may have only been released today, but players have already taken to the radio in earnest to voice their dissatisfaction with the game’s performance on personal computers (PCs). Another disastrous release for PC gamers, Jedi: Survivor, reveals significant things that could be improved in its gameplay and presentation. The ‘Star Wars Jedi Team’ has stated on Twitter to provide a rebuttal to the allegations.
The statement adds that there is ‘no single, comprehensive solution for PC performance,’ underlining that it is hard to solve every issue rapidly with so many variations to the possible setups that a PC gamer can run. The statement also notes that there is ‘no single, comprehensive solution for PC performance.’
It’s another example of the customer serving as the quality assurance tester. Like many other recently released games, the PC version of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor got off to a rocky start. At the time of publication, 61% of all reviews on Steam are negative, and the game currently holds a rating of ‘Mostly Negative’ overall.
The First Chapter of “The Last of Us” was recently made available on personal computers. Still, it was met with an appallingly negative reception because the game contained many serious bugs.
Most problems appear on the most powerful PC configurations, and players with access to the most advanced technology report the greatest number of problems. Players equipped with GPUs from the 30-Series RTX can sometimes go around locations, but their frame rates only get as high as 20 or 30.
On the other hand, the statement that the Star Wars Jedi Team published was not particularly reassuring:
A note from the Jedi Team on the PC version of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor pic.twitter.com/C3bp78VICr— EA Star Wars (@EAStarWars) April 28, 2023
Issues will always need to be investigated, and solutions will always need to be designed, tested, and patched into production. This is unavoidable with any technological platform. This will take some time. Fans on PC platforms will become progressively dissatisfied with their purchase for as long as it takes Respawn to fix these faults. At that point, they will likely request refunds.