We already got word that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was getting a free next-gen upgrade this Summer, but now we may know when that may be.
As spotted by Xbox Era, certain retailers in Brazil have listed the next-gen version with a release date of June 26. Other retailers in Denmark and Germany also have the game up for pre-order with a release date of June 11.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition was recently released by EA, and the physical edition launched several days later in Brazil compared to other countries. So it could be that the June 11 date is indicative of what the worldwide release for Jedi: Fallen Order could be. If the June date is correct, we expect to hear something within the next week or so.
While a next-gen patch for the game released earlier this year, the native version will "bring a number of technical improvements". No word has arrived on what those improvements will be, but we can probably expect increased resolution and frame rates across the board. While the game allowed for 60FPS originally, it took a substantial hit on the resolution - something the next-gen systems could easily combat.
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