A major update is now available for consoles and PC that boosts performance.
A jedi taking on a group of enemies.

Patch 7 for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was released today. This update is a big one for those playing the game on consoles because Respawn says that the Performance mode for the game now offers a "solid 60 FPS," though it does come with a couple of caveats. Quality mode was also given some optimizations to boost and smooth over performance.

One of the catches with hitting that 60FPS mark in Performance is that ray tracing is now disabled. That's for the best but it may come as some disappointing news to those that liked the ray tracing visuals in Performance.

This new update also includes "performance and optimization improvements" on the PC side. Notably, this update adds in DLSS support to the game. However, many users have noticed that there is some rather extreme ghosting artifacts with this implementation of DLSS. Users have found that replacing the 3.5.0 version included in Jedi: Survivor with DLSS 3.1.10 almost fully eliminates those ghosting issues. If you know how to replace the DLSS version in the game, it's worth a shot for better looking visuals and performance.

The full update notes can be found below.

  • This patch introduces several performance-related improvements* on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S including:
    • Performance mode has been completely reworked to substantially improve player experience.
      • A number of GPU and CPU optimizations – along with disabling Ray Tracing – has resulted in a better player experience, including a solid 60 FPS in Performance mode.
    • Quality Mode has also received optimizations to help reduce FPS fluctuation and introduce other visual improvements.
  • Variable Refresh Rate support added for PS5.
  • Additional performance & optimization improvements for PC, including DLSS support.
  • Save system tweaks to help prevent save game corruption.
  • Fixed issues where players could not retrieve their XP after dying under certain circumstances.
  • Various crash fixes.
  • Various bug fixes & improvements across all platforms, including fixes for cloth, lighting, and UI.
* Note: Cinematics in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on console are locked to 30 frames per second.​