Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Receives New Update Fixing Bugs and Crashes

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There's a new Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order update on the way, and it looks like the patch is going to bring with it major fixes for bugs and crashes in the popular Star Wars single-player videogame.

According to a report by WCCF Tech, Respawn Entertainment is launching an update for Fallen Order on May 13 in an attempt to fix various issues in the game. That includes the issue of Cal taking damage when using Force Pull against Inquisitors in the game's Challenge Arena and the issue of the game crashing when played on consoles.

Here's a list of all the fixes and improvements that the new patch is going to bring:

  • Fixed a rare instance of crashing on consoles during saving/loading Battle Grids in Meditation Training.
  • Force Pull no longer damages Cal when fighting the Inquisitors in the Challenge Arena.
  • Corrected a text bug in one of the challenge descriptions.

While the patch might not seem as substantial as the updates that came before it, it seems like the new update is set out on addressing issues that appeared in Fallen Order after Respawn Entertainment launched the major patch released on May 4 as an attempt at celebrating Star Wars Day.

The May the 4th update added a number of new features to the game including New Journey Plus (which is essentially a New Game Plus Option), Combat Challenges, and the Battle Grid in the Meditation Training screen.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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