Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order became a title acclaimed by critics and the public, after Respawn will offer us this adventure in a distant galaxy. Such has been their reception that even from Electronic Arts They are betting heavily on the adventure and action genre. While the development studio seems to be hiring to launch the sequel, players are waiting to enjoy this title on both PS5 and Xbox Series X / S this summer, in Spain and around the world. A Brazilian store points out that This launch could take place next June 26.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order prepares its debut on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S

As the medium has pointed out Xbox Era, several Brazilian stores have designated June 26 as the day on which Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order debut on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S. Taking into account that summer was mentioned as the launch window for these versions, the truth is that the indicated date is more than feasible. The most curious thing is that it is not the only mark on the calendar that is handled: certain German and Danish stores mention, for their part, that the debut date will be June 11.

This could mean that perhaps launches in Brazil a little later than in other regions. However, be that as it may, it seems that June is the chosen month for the premiere of the game on the new consoles, where it has already received a whole string of graphical and technical improvements. It is possible that Electronic Arts will make the relevant announcement in the next few days, considering that we are already at the end of May. We will be attentive to your next moves.

Fallen Order on the new consoles

The PS4 and Xbox One players who own a copy of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be able to jump to the new version of the game for free. From Respawn they have not shared great details at the time of the announcement, but indicated that “soon” they would give more information about it. They also point out that this version bring with it “a series of technical improvements”, as expected.

Thanks to the update the game received at the beginning of the year, runs on PS5 and Xbox Series S with 60fps framerate, Meanwhile in Xbox Series X two modes were added: a performance one, which makes the game run at 60 fps with a dynamic resolution of 1080p and 1440p; and another mode called “normal”, which offers a post-processing resolution of up to 4K, and a dynamic resolution that moves in a range between 1512p and 2160p. On PS5 the resolution is also tweaked: reaching 1440p in post-processing and 1200p continuously.

“Respawn Entertainment firma one of the biggest and best Star Wars adventures ever“, we write in our analysis of the game.

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