Developer Respawn Entertainment and publisher Electronic Arts have announced that their latest patch for ‘STAR WARS Jedi: Survivor’ is now available. Patch 8 adds multiple accessibility options to help users navigate the world, joining a collection of strong accessibility options now currently available in the game. This patch also includes performance and stability improvements across all platforms.
More specifically, here are the new options:
- A new high contrast mode that allows players to desaturate the environment and use colors specifically for narrative and gameplay elements, making them stand out more.
- A new audio ping functionality that allows players to both passively and actively ping the environment to give them the ability to echolocate objects and interactable elements nearby.
- Several additional slow motion presets that let players toggle between their own custom value and three new presets.
- The presets are set at 30%, 50% and 75%, and are available through the shortcut menu. This will allow users to switch between multiple different slow motion values and not just the custom value and the default game speed.
If you need more reasons to take on the Dark Side, feel free to check out our glowing review of STAR WARS Jedi: Survivor, currently available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series consoles, and PC via EA Desktop.