The Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 1.02 update patch notes are now available to read. This day one patch is now rolling out across PC, PS4, and Xbox One, making final changes to the game before players start their adventures. While it’s a single-player title, there are still many issues that can plague the experience, such as performance dips, glitches, and bugs. Here’s what you need to know about the new Jedi: Fallen Order patch.
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It might be annoying to see an update pop up as soon as you insert the game disk or finish the sizable game download, but you’ll be happy to learn that it’s only 348.2 MB in size, and so shouldn’t take too long to download. (Though, if you’re on PS4, you’ll need to factor in an additional 10-15 minutes for that pesky slow “Copying” function.”)
As for what exactly the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 1.02 update does, the patch notes available through the PS4 menu don’t give too much away:
- Stability Improvements and Bug Fixes.
Obviously both “stability improvements” and “bug fixes” are good fixes to see made to the game, and should make for an overall better experience. However, specific information on what has been tweaked to ensure better stability, and also information about which bugs have been fixed, would be welcome for those of us who like to know more detail.
If you managed to play the game before launch, with a copy that arrived early or due to the game releasing early in your region, you’ll want to check for updates to the latest version to ensure that you run into as few performance issues and bugs as possible. This can be done by selecting the “Check for updates” function on PC (both on Steam and Origin), PS4, and Xbox One.