Now that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has arrived, the first patch for the game has also gone live, bringing some fixes and tweaks to address a handful of quirks. The update isn’t huge, but tackles things like texture flickering, arrow key input, and “longer than expected loading times.” The first Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order patch addresses four aspects of the game. First up is a fix to stop texture flickering that can happen when you drive the giant, four-legged combat vehicle, the AT-AT, on Kashyyyk. The patch notes also say that “Dynamic resolution settings will now save properly.” In a broader fix, the patch also solves an issue where the game can slow down and loading times become “longer than expected,” so hopefully any players that might have experienced this so far can now get stuck into Cal Kestis’ Jedi action with full force. Get it?
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