Dr Disrespect Praises Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Dr Disrespect Praises Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Dr Disrespect shares his thoughts on Respawn Entertainment’s latest release, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, expressing his admiration for the game.

Renowned gamer and YouTube personality Dr Disrespect has recently shown his admiration for the latest addition to the Star Wars gaming universe, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. The game has been highly anticipated by the community, and its predecessor’s warm reception only increased the excitement around its release. However, there appear to be some issues with the new release, with the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor facing a wave of negative reviews and criticism from the community.


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Fans have taken to online digital storefronts and sites like Metacritic to hit the game with a wave of low scores and negative comments. Many reviews suggest that the game’s performance on PC is the primary issue, with several players experiencing problems even with high-end graphic cards. The concerns expressed by the community appear to be legitimate, given the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s PC specs that suggest an RTX 2070 should be sufficient to meet the recommended requirements.

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However, Dr. Disrespect’s opinion diverges from the majority of negative reviews. He took to social media to praise Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, sharing that he played the game on max settings throughout the day. While he noticed a few dropped frames during certain cutscenes, he found the overall performance and experience of the game to be top-notch. In addition, Dr Disrespect criticized individuals who excessively complain about video games, and suggested they should “go get a life.”

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Given Dr Disrespect’s established presence as a gamer and influencer, his opinion holds significance among his followers and within the broader gaming community. Many players look to him for insights and recommendations, making his positive review likely to influence the opinions of some players. However, it is important to acknowledge the legitimate concerns raised by the community regarding Star Wars Jedi: Survivor‘s performance issues.

A statement was also released by the official EA Star Wars Twitter account on April 28th, acknowledging performance issues that have been reported in the PC version of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. According to the statement, EA and Respawn are aware that players may experience technical issues on high-end PCs with certain configurations, particularly those with multithreaded chipsets designed for Windows 11 and high-end graphics cards paired with lower-end CPUs. The development team has apologized for any inconvenience caused to PC gamers by these performance issues and is working on several performance fixes to address them.

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However, the statement also notes that these performance fixes require thorough testing to ensure that they do not introduce new problems into the PC version of the game. As a result, the development team has not yet announced a specific timeline for these updates but will do so as soon as they are ready.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is currently available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.

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