Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is now available, and that means we’re hearing about the first batch of issues plaguing the game on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation 5, and Windows PC.
There are various bugs, glitches and performance issues affecting the latest entry in the Star Wars game universe. Some of these issues are minor bugs while others are much more problematic and make the game unplayable.
Some of these issues can be fixed within minutes, while others will require a fix from Respawn in an update down the road. we are a update rush While the developer is working to fix issues with the game.
While we wait for the next Star Wars Jedi: Survivor patch, take a look at our list of fixes for the most common issues plaguing the game right now.
How to Fix Star Wars Jedi Survivor Download Issues
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor requires a large download on all platforms except Xbox Series S, so it may take some time to complete. The exact time will vary depending on the connection speed and the time of day.
We expect download times to improve as the rush to play the game dwindles, but there are some things you can try if your download is taking too long or is getting stuck.
If your download gets stuck, try pausing the download, waiting a few seconds, and restarting. If that doesn’t work, try canceling the download and restarting.
If the actual download speed is abnormally slow, try plugging your ethernet cable directly into your console or Windows PC. This can speed up the download, especially if your device is far from your router.
If none of this works, try restarting your router. Unplug your router, wait a minute or two, plug it back in and try the download again.
How to Fix Star Wars Jedi Survivor Installation Issues
Again, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor requires quite a bit of space, and storage issues can prevent games from loading properly. If you’re having trouble installing the game, make sure it’s not storage related.
If you’re playing the game on Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S, go to My Games & Apps and check how much storage you have on your internal/external storage. You will need more than 100GB for free to properly install the game.
If you’re playing on PlayStation 5, you’ll need to go to your console’s Settings and check your available space. Like the Xbox Series X/S, you’ll need more than 100GB of free space.
If you’re sure you have enough space for the game, but it still isn’t loading properly, try resetting your console.
How To Fix Star Wars Jedi Survivor Freezing
If your game suddenly crashes in a cutscene or other part of the game, you’ll want to restart the game. If it still happens, try restarting your PS5, Xbox Series X/S or Windows PC.
How to Fix Star Wars Jedi Survivor Performance Issues
Major performance issues are affecting the game early on, causing some players to shut down the game until Respawn releases a patch. While most of these issues require a patch from the developer, you can fix some of them on your own.
If you’re playing Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on a Windows PC and are experiencing performance issues (low framerate, bad textures, etc), make sure your hardware meets the game’s minimum and/or recommended requirements.
If you don’t meet the minimum requirements, this may explain the issues you’re seeing. If you do not meet the recommended requirements, you will likely need to soften your settings.
You’ll also want to make sure you’re using the latest drivers for your graphics card. If you are using an AMD graphics card, go here to find the latest drivers. If you are using an NVIDIA graphics card, go here.
A note from Team Jedi about the PC version of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor pic.twitter.com/C3bp78VICr
— EA Star Wars (@EAStarWars) April 28, 2023
If you’re playing the game on an Xbox Series X/S or PlayStation 5 and are seeing performance issues, we recommend restarting the game and/or console to see if the situation improves. Unfortunately you have much less control over the situation.
If the issues are huge, you may have to sit down with the others and wait until Respawn fixes the game.
How to Fix Star Wars Jedi Survivor Sound Issues
Some players are complaining about a problem. sound is missing In some cases. If this happens to you, you can:
First, if you’re playing on PC, launch the EA app and navigate to your game library. From there, right-click on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Click on Repair and restart the game.
You can also try restarting the game, restarting your computer, downloading the latest sound drivers for your sound card or installing the latest update for the EA application.
If you’re playing the game on Xbox Series X/S or PS5, all you can do is restart the game, reboot your console, and/or wait for the next patch.
How to Fix Star Wars Jedi Survivor Game Failed to Start
Some PC owners are encountering an issue where they see a “Failed to Start Your Game” error in the EA app when trying to launch the game.
If you run into this issue, EA recommends:
If none of these steps work you need to get in Contact EA support.
Lost Star Wars Jedi Survivor Content
If you’ve pre-ordered a copy of the game or purchased the Deluxe Edition and are missing out on bonus content, here are a few possible solutions.
If you have purchased a physical copy of the game from a retailer such as Amazon or GameStop and have not received codes for pre-order bonuses and/or Deluxe Edition content, you will need to contact the seller. EA will not be able to help you.
If you purchased a physical copy of the game from a 3rd party vendor and received and redeemed the codes but no extra content appeared, check it and make sure the DLC is installed on your console or PC. If you still can’t see the content, you need to contact EA.
If you have purchased a digital copy of the game, pre-order bonuses and/or Deluxe Edition content will automatically be eligible to your account/platform and will become available in-game after playing for a while. You need to check and see if it is installed correctly on your console or PC.
If you don’t see the content, open the EA app, click My Collection and click the three dots on the game tile and select Repair.
If you’re playing on Steam, go to the game’s Manage DLC page on Steam, uncheck the DLC, start the game, exit the game, check the DLC again on the manage DLC page, and then start the game again.