Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order – Xbox Series X vs. Xbox One X Comparison – Frame Rate Test

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order  - Xbox Series X vs. Xbox One X Comparison -  Frame Rate Test

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was one of the best action games of 2019 and it recently got a current gen upgrade patch. At first glance, the patch doesn’t seem to add much but under the hood, it features a noticeable amount of improvements.

Note that for this tech analysis, we have only tested the Xbox One X and Xbox Series X versions, however the patch is also available for PS5 players. Before we move forward, note that we analysed the performance by taking some sample scenes from the game and running it through trdrop, an open source software. Note that this tool gives us a mere demonstration of the game’s performance, because an exact 1:1 representation of performance can only be provided by the developers themselves since they have access to a vast array of tools and profilers.

On the Xbox One X, with performance mode switched on the game targeted 60 frames per second at a dynamic 1080p resolution, but temporal reconstruction pushed it to 1920 X 1080 resolution . The performance during this mode was pretty much unstable in our tests. When the performance mode was switched off, the game ran at a stable 30 frames per second with a dynamic 1440p resolution but temporal reconstruction pushed it to 3840 X 2160 resolution.

On the Xbox Series X and in performance mode, the frame rate held to 60 frames per second with the resolution largely holding on to 1440p. With performance mode switched off, the game runs largely in 4K resolution and at a solid 30 frames per second. We will leave you with more frame rate tests and comparisons, so check them out and let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. Also, let us know what game you want us to test next.


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