'Jedi: Survivor' pre-launch consumes 21 GB of VRAM, struggles on RTX 4090

The launch of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is later today, but the first images revealed serious optimization problems with the PC game. The issues include micro-stuttering problems, low frame rates, and extremely high usage of VRAM. The problem is so extreme that it cannot even achieve 60 fps on the best GPUs, including the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 4090. VRAM usage is extreme, as the game uses more than 15 GB and sometimes exceeds 21 GB.

These reports come from EckhartsLadder and GameStar on YouTube, who shared their concerns about the game's performance in videos posted yesterday. EckhartsLadder, in particular, noted that 50 fps was the maximum frame rate he could consistently achieve on his RTX 3080 Ti, no matter what, and that changing the game's graphics settings did not help or improve performance. He also noted several other game-breaking issues, including broken cutscenes and broken audio.

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