Given the recent poor reception of the Star Wars Jedi Survivor, with PC users complaining about poor performance even on high-end systems, a modder has managed to double the game’s FPS using DLSS upscaling technology. From 2003’s Knights of the Old Republic to the original Battlefront, there have been some excellent Star Wars titles released over the years, demonstrating that studios and fans alike are always looking for more from George Lucas’ sci-fi universe.
The most recent installment in the franchise, Star Wars Jedi Survivor, has left a sour taste in people’s mouths, particularly on PC.
Almost immediately after its release, players began to review Bomb Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, citing the game’s inability to run well on computers equipped with Nvidia 3000 or 4000 series graphics cards. Aside from the performance issues, the game has been a big hit with critics, with aggregate Metacritic scores of 86 and 87 on PS5 and Xbox Series, respectively. However, there may be a solution for those who want the Star Wars Jedi Survivor game to run better on PC.
PC Gamer noticed that YouTuber PureDark recently uploaded a short video of them playing Star Wars Jedi Survivor. When the metrics on the side of the footage are examined, it is clear that the game is struggling to maintain an FPS in the high 40s. The player, on the other hand, opens a menu and activates DLSS Frame Generation, a tool used in upscaling.
The framerate immediately jumps to the mid-90s, resulting in a much smoother performance. Unfortunately, PureDark has not decided whether or not to release this mod, stating that it is currently “for showcasing.” Having said that, someone will almost certainly come along and make it available to everyone.
Star Wars Jedi Survivor is available now for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.