Star Wars Jedi Survivor PC Performance Marred with Major Issues on CPU and VRAM

It's not looking good on the PC side.

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New reports claim that Star Wars Jedi Survivor PC performance is quite flawed with major issues on CPU and VRAM.

After lifting the review embargo of the game recently, many critics and review websites finally gave their opinions on the upcoming game. While the game looks really good on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, the Star Wars Jedi Survivor PC performance was not that good according to some reviewers.

German YouTuber GameStar recently shared a new gameplay video from a review code of the game. The PC specs were mentioned, which was a PC build that included AMD Ryzen 9 5900X, 32GB of RAM and Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090. While playing the game at 1440p resolution the PC build was not able to maintain above or even at 50fps, which was concerning. The Star Wars Jedi Survivor PC performance was not looking good from this playthrough.

The video mentions that the RTX 4090 is only used at around 35-60 percent, which is quite low in usage. It should push through that to fully optimize the game on PC rather than waste the potential.

DSOGaming reveals that another reviewer has reported that the game has a large VRAM requirement. Even at RTX 3080Ti, it could not run the game in 4K resolution due to VRAM limitations. It eats a lot of RAM.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor launches on April 28, 2023 on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.