Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order PC Performance Review and Optimisation Guide
Published: 19th November 2019 | Source: OC3D Internal Testing | Price: |
New Page- Low, medium, High and Ultra - What does each presets look like?
In Jedi: Fallen Order, Respawn Entertainment gives players a choice between Medium, High and Epic settings or any mixture of these three presets. Thankfully, even at Medium Jedi: Fallen Order looks good, but we can see below that Medium hits several aspects of Fallen Order's visuals.
For starters, texture resolution is noticeably lower, particularly on the ground. Next, we can see that the game's materials can react differently to light and that some objects and that shadows are removed from some objects in the medium distance. These shadows will draw in as players get closer, creating noticeable pop-in.
Between High and Epic, graphical differences are harder to notice, though the 9FPS framerate advantage is more than enough to impact the game's smoothness. High settings offer the best balance between Fallen Order's graphical fidelity and performance, making it the preset of choice for most PC players.