Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order PC graphics settings revealed and preliminary benchmarks

Written by Jon Sutton on Sun, Nov 17, 2019 2:23 PM
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It's not often we get a great Star Wars game. The midichlorians have not been strong in this franchise since EA got its mitts on it. Star Wars: Jedi - Fallen Order appears to buck the trend though, scooping up some very positive reviews which suggest this is the best Star Wars game in at least the past decade.

We're in the process of conducing PC perfomance benchmark tests for SWJ: Fallen Order to see just how it runs on PC, but in the meantime here are all of the PC-specific graphics settings you'll be able to tweak in order to achieve your desired performance.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order PC Graphics Settings

  • Window Mode
  • Resolution
  • Max FPS
  • VSync
  • Dynamic Resolution Scaling
  • Graphics Quality
  • View Distance
  • Shadow Quality
  • Anti-Aliasing
  • Texture Quality
  • Visual Effects
  • Post Processing 

Very limited, is how we'd kindly described Star Wars: Jedi - Fallen Order's PC graphics settings. There's really not a huge deal to mess around with here, it's very much back to basics. When you can count the number of graphics settings on your hands we do begin to get a little worried, particularly when we're talking about a potentially demanding AAA title. 

However, despite the disappointment here, the good news is, from our initial impressions, Fallen Order doesn't run too badly at all. Felix has been busy putting some time in with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070, 16GB RAM, and a Core i7-5820K CPU at stock clocks, and generally finds the frame rate sticks to between 55 and 70 frames per second on 1440p /Ultra, averaging about 62 FPS overall. That's quite promising, and an indicator we're not dealing with some performance hog like Red Dead Redemption 2.

We'll delve into it further very shortly though, including our benchmarks of the Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Orders graphics options performance cost.

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15:13 Nov-18-2019

I think the best thing to do here is reward good games and dont buy bad games, but please for the love of god don't hate on good games because of EA's past. They've obviously made some progress with their loot model. We'll see how far this goes in future releases...

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11:08 Nov-18-2019

seems optimized.. unlike some other looks at rockstar

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08:54 Nov-18-2019

At this point, if EA were to release the best game ever, I'd not give them my money. That said, I'm glad people seem to enjoy this game. Finally after 7 years of exclusive licence EA managed to cobble up an actually decent SW game.

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06:20 Nov-18-2019

what confuses the hell outta me is if they made this game why did they cancel the Amy Hennig (writer director of the first 3 Uncharted games) Jade Reymond (Producer of the Assasins creed series till unity) it had some serious industry big w

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06:23 Nov-18-2019

weights associated with the project and was being done at visceral studios that game when canceled looked to be massively promising and the fetures of the game were pretty sweet and sound kinda similar to what is Fallen Order?

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08:58 Nov-18-2019

That happened before Battlefront 2 came out. They probably expected BF2 not to be such a disaster and probably felt like they should follow it up with something similar, so a real proper game likely wasn't in their plans.

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12:24 Nov-18-2019

It could've just sucked, it happens. May not have been shaping up how they'd intended and this one looked a lot better so in the bin it went.

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20:52 Nov-17-2019

Star wars and EA... stay away

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00:46 Nov-18-2019

Your comment probably makes sense to those who haven't heard anything about the game. Single player, no mtx, no "season pass" or anything like that, the game rewards you for playing (normal in-game unlocks), etc. This one is a response to their previous fvck-ups.

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05:43 Nov-18-2019

Yeah sorry but I just can't forget battlefront 2...

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07:34 Nov-18-2019

That is too bad. This game had a pretty engaging story, and energetic combat that wasn't tedious. I hope you are able to play it at some point! Cheers.

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19:39 Nov-17-2019

on my pc it run from about 105 fps to 65 on epic 1080p

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16:07 Nov-17-2019

of of the best optimized games it run very well even on apus and low end cards

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15:37 Nov-17-2019

Damn. Limited graphical settings seems to be the norm for most games running on UE4.

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15:55 Nov-17-2019

And can it get any cheesier to call the best option "epic"...?

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16:24 Nov-17-2019

Have you seen Gears 5?

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