The highly anticipated sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, titled Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, is set to release soon. However, with its launch primarily for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S, and PC, many gamers are asking if the game will also be available on Nintendo Switch, PS4, or Xbox One.
Unfortunately, the answer is ‘no’ for all three platforms. The game’s creators have made it clear that the development team has created larger maps, more detailed graphics, broader NPC variety, and overall performance on par with the next-gen consoles. The technical limitations of the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One consoles will not allow for the fully immersive and optimized gaming experience that the creators are striving for.
Nintendo fans can hope that the speculated Nintendo Switch 2 will be equipped with greater processing power and able to offer the game, but there is no official news or confirmation yet.
While the game will be limited to the next-gen consoles and PC, those who have access to these platforms can look forward to an immersive and enthralling experience that embraces a darker tone than its predecessor. Players will follow Jedi Cal Kestis and BD-1 as they attempt to evade the Empire’s pursuit while coping with the pressure of being one of the few remaining Jedi in the galaxy.
For those who have upgraded, the game has a file size of approximately 40 GB, so ensure you have enough space for the game. Additionally, the game will come with preload options, allowing gamers to download and install the game ahead of the launch.