The hunt to avoid wasting Star Wars Jedi: Survivor from its bumpy entry into the gaming environment continues with a brand new patch that guarantees to stomp out a problem that is been plaguing gamers attempting to take down the Haxion Brood. The bounty hunter side-quests—which contain working with the fashionable Nautolan Caij Venda—have been riddled with buggy blaster holes.

In Could, gamers reported a bug which stopped Caij from cooperating in her duties to avoid wasting your disguise from Jedi hunters. Would-be completionists discovered themselves stumped as Caij outright refused to tip you off to your subsequent goal: and with out her conversations to set off their spawning, they only stopped displaying up. In some circumstances Caij would even turn out to be invisible, which is a really excessive approach to again out of a side-gig.

That ought to not occur, whereas different patch notes embody the reducing of crash charges, tightening up the blaster dealing with, and one quite regarding addition: “The coaching dummy on Jedha was sneaking round. It has now been immobilized.” I would by no means personally observed Jedha’s stormtrooper dummy shuffling round like a Weeping Angel from Dr. Who, however I am very relieved it will not have the ability to enact its revenge for all of the blaster shots I bullied it with.

Concerningly, there’s radio silence on fixing the game’s lingering efficiency points, one thing gamers are nonetheless battling regardless of almost two months of patches behind them. It is irritating that these limitations are nonetheless getting in the best way of what I would in any other case contemplate a smashing game, however you may’t blame gamers for rising bored with the glitches. A lot of my playthrough has been spent wrestling with tanking body charges, with a number of key moments sidelined by bugs—akin to after I plummeted by a bit of imperial ship geometry throughout the in any other case thrilling intro sequence.

Hope springs everlasting, however that is nonetheless a high-profile PC game that badly wants a efficiency tune-up months after launch. I would advocate Jedi: Survivor to anybody who loved Fallen Order, however these issues dangle over that suggestion with a Dying-Star sized asterisk.