Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is getting a new console patch today, with the same patch hitting the PC later this week.
Dubbed simply Patch 4, it should fix a handful of issues with the game. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (check out our review here) launched on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC. However, the PC version had more than its fair share of issues, so much so that developer Respawn issued an apology.
There’s been a patch or two since then and this new patch is set to address more issues. But not every issue has an easy fix. One curious “feature” of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, for example, is that you can occasionally use your powers to skip areas.
If this happens, the game gives you a warning advising you to reload the game or continue in a broken world. It’s not unlike The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind’s “the thread of prophecy” message. However, fixing this would probably involved adding an invisible wall or altering each areas architecture.
So what does this Star Wars Jedi: Survivor patch actually fix? Here are some of the highlights:
- Various PC performance improvements have been added.
- Several save state error issues have been addressed
- A bug that could have you stuck inside a Meditation Chamber has been fixed.
- A bug that affected HDR on the PS5 has also been fixed.
- A bug that caused Rayvis to become unbeatable has been fixed. Yes, there was a bug that made a major boss completely unkillable.
You can find the full patch notes here, but it’s a step in the right direction. The console patch arrives today and the PC patch should drop later in the week.