In March this year, a rating emerged for the PS5 and Xbox Series X, and S. USK had ranked the game for the consoles of the new generation, but until then, there was no more news about the return of Jedi Cal Kestis to consoles.
Since the release of Jedi: Fallen Order, the game can be played on these consoles, but with the previous generation versions (backward compatibility). Now, we know that on the subject of the festivities of May 4 – the day that brings together fans of the Star Wars films and everything that relates to the saga – Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be part of these celebrations (via ComicBook).
It was then revealed that in the summer of 2021, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order receives a next-gen version, being part of the updated games for PS5 and Xbox Series X and S. For all those who already have the game, the upgrade to the new version will be free. It is not yet known for sure what impact this update will have on the game’s performance. Still, we can assume that it is now updated to next-gen, has ray tracing, technical updates that enhance the game graphics, and significant improvements related.
Through the official Star Wars website, we can see that the promise that more details will come in the future stayed on the air. Let’s wait for more information on this new version that elevates Cal Kestis’ lightsaber to another level of strength and power.