Another day another AAA release and this time it is Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. Honestly, after the EA controversy we didn’t expect that the company would go for another Star Wars game, but he are.
Now we are here to talk about the graphics or video settings of the game. Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order runs quite smoothly for the most part but it looks like some players are witnessing few hiccups here and there. It is understandable that not everyone is sitting with a high end gaming PC. In fact, according to the latest Steam Hardware Survey most of the gamers still game on low-medium graphics cards.
The greatest thing about PC gaming is that you don’t always need overpriced components to play games smoothly. Every single PC game offers in-game graphics settings that can be tweaked in order to flush out the best performance. And this specially goes for those who have low end gaming rigs.
Tweaking in-game graphics or video settings not only gives you a smoother experience but also gets rid of performance issues like lag, random fps drops, freezes, stuttering, etc. Same is the case with Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. Lets see if it is possible to make this game run for people with low end graphics cards by tweaking the in-game video or graphics settings.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order – Best or Optimal Graphics Settings
It is always recommended to run a game on a medium end gaming rig if you want to find out the best combination of graphics settings for the game. There is no point in running benchmarks on gaming rigs with high or enthusiast level graphics cards. Because lets be honest, every single game will run smoothly on a RTX 2080 Super or a RX 5700 XT.
Though the system requirements of Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order are quite high, we still went ahead and ran it on a very basic and mediocre gaming PC. Here are the full specifications of our rig:
- CPU : Intel i3 8100
- GPU : MSI GTX 1050 ti 4 GB
- RAM : 16GB DDR4 2666mhz
- HDD : 1 TB 7200 rpm
- Monitor Resolution : 1920×1080
The graphics or video settings we decided to go with:
Go to Options and then Visuals. Apply the settings shown below.
- Motion Blur : Off
- Film Grain : Off
- Chromatic Aberration : Off
Now go to Video. Apply the settings shown below.
- Window Mode : Fullscreen
- Max FPS : 60
- VSync : Off
- Dynamic Resolution Scaling : Off
- View Distance : High
- Shadow Quality : Medium
- Anti-Aliasing : Medium
- Texture Quality : Medium
- Visual Effects : Medium
- Post Processing : High
Let me begin by saying that this is a very heavy game. I threw this on my high-end rig that has a RTX 2060 Super, Intel i7 8700, 16 GB DDR4 3000mhz RAM. All the graphics settings were somewhere between High and Epic and the game was struggling to keep the fps above 80-90.
With that being said, the settings given above allowed me to easily play this game at 40+ fps most of the time on a GTX 1050 ti. I did witness some freezes and stutters here and there. But the overall experience was quite smooth.
That’s all folks!
Last Updated on November 14, 2019
Shoaib, 30, is a simple guy who loves to play video games, and enjoys new cuisines sporadically. He has been gaming since he was 7 years old, and with an experience of 22 years, under his belt, there is not a single AAA game in this world, that he hasn’t played. Despite being a MBA Graduate he decided to follow his passion. And because of his love for gaming, Frondtech came into existence.