The creators of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor apologized to the players for the quality of the PC version and are already working on corrections

We did not have to wait long for the official message from Respawn Entertainment. Developers of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor issued an application in which they apologize for problems with the game and promise appropriate corrections.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is available on current generation consoles and PC since today, but Respawn Entertainment cannot celebrate. The launch of the game on the PC was unsuccessful, as many players cannot enjoy a new adventure. The game is poorly launched on many devices, so the studio made a statement.

Although there is no single comprehensive solution to increase the performance of the PC, the team is working on corrections that, in our opinion, will improve performance on various configurations. We strive to eliminate these problems as quickly as possible, but each correction requires significant testing to make sure that we do not create new problems. Thank you for understanding and apologize for the problems that some of our players faced. We will continue to monitor performance on all platforms and share information about updates as they appear.

It is safe to say that this is another major release that has encountered problems on the PC – we saw a similar situation with The Callisto Protocol and The Last of Us Part I.

Respawn Entertainment now, presumably, will test various configurations so that more gamers can enjoy this game. One can only hope that the developers will pay more attention to such situations in the future so that fans can enjoy the adventure from the date of its debut.

As mentioned earlier – Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is faced with a lot of criticism on Steam. Currently, the game has "Mostly negative" reviews, and only 37% of 2,826 reviews are positive.