Star Wars Jedi: Survivor seems to be terribly ported to PC, ruining what is reportedly a great game otherwise.
Poor PC ports have been present for a long time now but it was somewhat unexpected of Respawn Entertainment , who are the same people that delivered the likes of Titanfall series and Apex Legends which performed buttery smooth on the platform in the past.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor proved to be an exception to the rule as countless sources are currently reporting terrible performance as the game fails to utilise the hardware properly.
Even top-of-the-line GPUs, like the RTX 4090, are struggling to keep a stable 60FPS which is frankly unacceptable.
Being a Soulslike, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor depends on smooth performance since every split second could mean the difference between deflecting a lethal attack or taking it to the face.
The problems stem from failing to utilise the full power of the CPU and GPU on PC apparently as there are reports of the components' utilisation never going above 30 per cent or so.
Considering the game is coming out on April 28, 2023, the team at Respawn will have their hands full trying to fix the situation with the day one patch but whether they will manage the Herculean task is another thing entirely.