Here are the graphics settings for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order releases in a few hours and below you can find its graphics settings. The game is using the Unreal Engine 4 and from what we can see, there is no option to switch between different APIs (like DX11 or DX12).

PC gamers will be able to adjust the quality of Textures, Shadows, Anti-Aliasing and Visual Effects. There are also options for View Distance and Post-Processing. Moreover, the game will allow you to lock your framerate to 30fps, 45fps, 60fps, 90fps, 120fps or 144fps.

It’s also worth noting that Respawn has included some additional visual options. Therefore, PC gamers can enable or disable Chromatic Aberration, Motion Blur, Film Grain and Camera Shake.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order releases on November 15th. Even though EA has not provided us with a review code yet, we’ve already purchased a copy of the game. As such, expect our PC Performance analysis to go live this weekend (alongside the articles for Rune 2 and Terminator: Resistance).

Stay tuned for more!

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