If you downloaded Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast today and started playing the second it was downloaded, you may have missed out on an update that was pushed out alongside the game today. I know I did…
The update, version 1.01, runs in at just 16MB and it doesn’t do all that much. It also doesn’t patch in the game’s multiplayer, unfortunately. Sad times. Instead, the update is to quash a few bugs and improve the game’s user interface. Nothing more, nothing less. The full, and brief, patch notes are listed down below:
Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast PS4 Update Version 1.01 Patch Notes:
- Minor bug fixes
- Improvement to the in-game UI/UX
Told you it was brief…
For those completely out of the loop and fearing they’ve somehow stepped back 17 years, Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast released today on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. It’s the same game that released back in 2002, albeit with a higher resolution, a modern aspect ratio, and re-worked controls for modern game controllers. It’s also missing the much-loved multiplayer suite, sadly. I’ve only spent a couple of hours with the game so far and I’m… Well, I’m not enjoying it. Not yet, at least. I’m still without my force powers and lightsaber, but if memory serves, it does get a whole lot better once you’re more than a gun-toting mercenary.
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