How to fix the Jedi Fallen Order nasty visual bugs on Xbox Series X

by Alexandru Poloboc
Alexandru Poloboc
Alexandru Poloboc
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  • Jedi Fallen Order is a very popular title, not only among all of the Star Wars fans.
  • However, if you want to play it on a Series X, there is something you should know.
  • Once you set foot on Dathomir, the beloved game will start visually glitching like crazy.
  • There is no official fix yet, but restarting the game and rebooting the console will work.
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A couple of weeks ago we were looking at the Generation Zero game, which is unplayable on Xbox Series X consoles, as long as the Auto HDR is turned on.

Ready for another beloved title to be added to this dreaded list? We don’t enjoy doing this, but it’s our duty to inform you the best way we can.

That being said, Star Wars fans out there that already bought the last-generation consoles from Xbox aren’t going to be at all happy with this news.

Apparently, while playing Jedi Fallen Order on a Series X, the game glitches horribly in certain areas of the galaxy, making it hard to even look at it.

Series X and Jedi Fallen Order are apparently not best buddies

There have been reports indicating that this popular title isn’t doing so well on the latest Xbox devices since two years ago.

Players with a keen eye for details have quickly spotted these flaws and are enraged, after spending so much money and time trying to procure a Series X|S.

Is it just me or does this game look absolutely terrible on the Xbox One S?
Sometimes textures don’ t load and I can count the pixels on screen, looks last gen sometimes.
I tried to tinker with the video options but still not much improvement, does anyone else has the same issue?

Then again, people are constantly complaining about the Series S and how badly it runs some of the most recent titles.

So we are going to focus on its big brother, the Series X, which is known for offering a much more complete and stable experience, for a higher price.

However, as we said, this isn’t a general rule of thumb. The game runs pretty well on the Series X consoles from Xbox. But, making your way to Dathomir will forever change your opinion.

As you can see from the above Reddit post video, Fallen Order glitches horribly when reaching this place, with shadows, pixels, and textures dancing all over the screen.

How can I fix this?

As of right now, there is no official fix issued by EA, or Respawn Entertainment, so we’ll have to make do with a temporary workaround.

The process will only take a couple of minutes and it’s not as technical as you might think, so don’t get discouraged.

In fact, all you have to do is restart the game and see if the problem still persists. If it’s still there, try quitting the game again and also rebooting your Series X.

These aren’t official solutions but they have proven to work for some of the people that responded to the post and confirmed struggling with the same issue.

The silver lining here is that, even though we’re talking about a serious visual problem, it won’t render the game unplayable, as we saw happen with Generation Zero.

If you don’t care too much for staring at your environment and just want to plunge your lightsaber into some deserving Sith Lords, go right ahead.

However, there are those that are seriously bothered by such glitches, considering that it’s a newish title that cost a few bucks when it first came out.

We’re going to keep an eye out for any fixes that might come in the near future. Have you also been dealing with this nasty visual bug? Let us know in the comments section below.