Star Wars Jedi Survivor: Larger Worlds, Bigger File Size on PC

Star Wars Jedi Survivor, the highly anticipated sequel to the hit game by EA and Respawn, is set to offer a bigger and more expansive experience than its predecessor. However, this increase in size comes with a notable jump in the file size of the PC version. With the recent update to the game’s PC system requirements, players can now prepare for the massive storage demands of Cal Kestis’ next adventure.

PC Version File Size: 155GB

The updated PC system requirements for Star Wars Jedi Survivor reveal that the game will require a whopping 155GB of storage space, significantly larger than many other games currently on the market. The file sizes for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions have not yet been confirmed, leaving players to speculate whether this massive file size will apply to all platforms.

Updated System Requirements and Performance

Aside from the increased file size, the updated system requirements for Star Wars Jedi Survivor remain largely unchanged from those announced earlier. EA and Respawn have not yet specified which resolution and framerate will be achievable with the recommended system settings, leaving players eager for more information on the game’s performance.

PC Version Features and Support

Details on the PC version of Star Wars Jedi Survivor remain scarce, but it has been confirmed that the game will support AMD FSR and FreeSync Premium Pro as an AMD Partnered title. This partnership should provide players with enhanced performance and visuals. Furthermore, the game will reportedly precompile shaders to minimize stuttering issues, ensuring a smoother gameplay experience.

Release Date and Platforms

Star Wars Jedi Survivor is scheduled for a worldwide release on April 28th, launching on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. As anticipation continues to build, fans eagerly await the chance to dive into Cal Kestis’ latest adventure and experience the expanded Star Wars universe in all its glory.