Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order will reportedly be released for PS5 on June 11
Retail release planned alongside free cross-gen upgrade for existing owners
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will reportedly be released physically for PlayStation 5 on June 11.
A source from a UK video game retailer told The Gamer that stores had today received boxed copies of the title ahead of a planned “announcement and release” this Friday.
It was confirmed in April that EA planned to release Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S this summer.
Featuring “a number of technical improvements”, the updated version of Respawn’s action adventure game will also be available as a free cross-gen upgrade to existing owners.
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EA released a next-gen optimisation update in January, which enhances the Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game when played on Microsoft‘s and Sony‘s latest consoles.
The update improves framerate and dynamic resolution ranges on Xbox Series X/S and PS5. The two more powerful consoles also had their post-processing resolutions improved.
EA said in July 2020 that Jedi Fallen Order game had surpassed 10 million unique players.
The publisher labelled it “one of the breakout titles of the last several years” and CEO Andrew Wilson called it “the first title in an entirely new franchise”, suggesting a Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel is on the cards.
Respawn, which is also behind the Titanfall and Apex Legends series, recently confirmed it is working on an original game project.