The most recent patch for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has been released, and it fixes animation issues and adds several improvements to the game. Although in the patch notes, devs didn’t go into details, they do mention that, specifically, creature and vehicle animations have been fixed with this patch. Additionally, this patch also fixes the binocular beacons that stop working when Ray Tracing is disabled and also improves the quality of reflections, again when Ray Tracing is disabled.
Along with these fixes, in the patch note, the devs mention, ” We appreciate the continued support you’ve given Star Wars Jedi: Survivor while we’ve been hard at work improving your experience. As always, let us know if you run into any additional issues.”
So, the 7.5 heavily focuses on the visual fidelity of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and all the problems players on all platforms were facing. Since the release of this game, a lot of bugs and glitches have become something that almost every player has experienced.
Many fans were initially disappointed with the bugs and performance issues Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was riddled with, but now it seems like devs are fixing all of that through these patch updates.
Patch 7.5 is just one in the series of patch updates that the devs have been releasing for the past few months. Like in September, Patch 7 introduced many performance-related improvements. From this, you can deduce that the devs may release more patches in the future. But for now, Patch 7.5 is the latest one that was released on October 10th.
Many other fixes may also be included in the patch but not explicitly mentioned by the devs, so be sure to check it out for yourself when you play the game. The 7.5 patch is available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X | S.