Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a bit hit and miss amongst gamers. But it looks set to take a second bite of the cherry after a PlayStation 5 rating was spotted. However, no news has dropped suggesting a next-generation version is inbound. So, is this something that’s actually far far away?
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order had a lot of problems at launch. It also failed to convince many it was worth a playthrough, what with its copy and paste approach to game mechanics. However, if you look hard enough on the world wide web, you will find a number of complimentary posts. And these fans seem to have it kept hope alive enough for there to be a native PlayStation 5 edition. But could it be true?
Well, the German ratings board (USK) published a suggested rating of 16 for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order earlier in the month – specifically for the PlayStation 5. And it is this that is provoking such conversations. But ratings never guarantee a launch is incoming as sometimes they’re just something publishers like to collect – like a less demanding Tamagotchi.
This wouldn’t mean the game was unplayable in a new light, though, as it has received a PlayStation 5 patch. And as is becoming the norm, this free upgrade has already introduced support for 60 frames per second via backwards compatibility. However, a native game would probably be able to amp the improvements up even more, so keep your eyes peeled for an official announcement. It goes without saying, too, that we’ll let you know if and when we hear anything as well.