Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Crash on Startup Fix, Low FPS, Controller Not Working, and Freezes

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is facing errors like the crash at launch, stuttering, controller not working, and more. Here are the fixes and workarounds.

Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is now out on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. However, the game is facing errors like the crash at launch, stuttering, no audio, and more. If you’re on the same boat, this troubleshooting guide will save your day.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Crashing, Freezing, And Fixes

The following are the errors that players are experiencing with Jedi: Fallen Order along with their possible fixes and workarounds.

Fallen Order Crash on Startup

Players on forums are reporting that they are facing constant crashing issues, especially on the second planet elevator. There are a few things that you can do to get rid of this error.

1. Update your graphics card drivers: If your graphics drivers are outdated, you may have the game crashing issue. In case this is the problem, try updating your GPU drivers to the latest version.

2. Disable full-screen optimization: Open the file location where Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is saved on your computer. Right-click on that file and select “Properties”. Click the “Compatibility” tab, and check the box next to “Disable full-screen optimizations”. Click “Apply” and OK to save your changes.

3. Stop Overclocking your CPU: Another reason for the game to crash at startup is because you’re running your CPU at speeds higher than official speed rate. In that case, you should set your clock speed back to the default to fix this issue.

4. Denuvo 2020 Bug: Surprisingly, there have been reports of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen order crashes on startup and during the game (denuvo to be blamed). If you are encountering such issues, you should refer to a workaround until a proper fix is released.

Game Not Launching

If for some reason the game is not launching at all, you should try verifying integrity of your game files in the Steam app. Here’s how you can do that:

Log into your Steam account. Go to “Library”, right-click “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order”, and click “Properties”. Click the “Local files” tab, and click “Verify Integrity Of Game Files”. Steam will check your game files and fix any files that might be causing trouble.

If the problem still persists, it’s likely that EA servers are overloaded. The game has just released, and with so many people trying to access it at the same time, you could suffer launch issues on PC. Hopefully, EA will take action and the problem should be fixed within a few hours.

Jedi Fallen Order Freezes and Stutter Fix

First things first, make sure your rig meets the game’s minimum and/or recommended requirements. If you don’t meet the system requirements, you’re likely to run into various performance issues including freezing, crashing, bad textures, and more.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Minimum Requirements:

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10
  • Processor (AMD): FX-6100 or Equivalent
  • Processor (Intel): i3-3220 or Equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB
  • Graphics card (AMD): Radeon HD 7750 or Equivalent
  • Graphics card (NVIDIA): GeForce GTX 650 or Equivalent
  • DirectX: 11 Compatible video card or equivalent
  • Hard-drive space: 55 GB

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Recommended Requirements:

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10
  • Processor (AMD): Ryzen 7 1700 or Equivalent
  • Processor (Intel): i7-6700K or Equivalent
  • Memory: 16 GB
  • Graphics card (AMD): RX Vega 56 or Equivalent
  • Graphics card (NVIDIA): GTX 1070/GTX1660Ti or Equivalent
  • DirectX: 11 Compatible video card or equivalent
  • Hard-drive space: 55 GB

You’ll also want to make sure that you’re using the latest graphics drivers for the game. In addition to that, try disabling your anti-virus and try again.

If you’re an Nvidia user, you’ll want to open the “Nvidia control panel” and turn the “Manage 3D settings” for Jedi Fallen Order from “power management” to “prefer maximum performance”. Do the same for its “Texture filtering – Quality” option.

Mouse or keyboard not working

Some Discord users reported having trouble to move the mouse or have a restricted functionality when using the keyboard. To fix this issue, go to “App settings” > “Overlay” > “Enable in-game overlay” and toggle it off.

Origin overlay should work just fine, but in case you encounter issues, navigate as follows: head over to “Application settings” > “Origin in-game” > “Enable origin in-game” and toggle it off.

No Audio Fix

Players also complained about the missing dialogue sound/audio in the game. For some, the game has partial audio, and for others, it is missing entirely. This issue is mainly caused by misconfigured or corrupted dialogue audio files from the game directory. Here’s what you need to do to fix it:

Launch origin. Go to My game library and right-click on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Click on “Repair” and wait for the process to complete. Once done, launch the game and check to see if it fixes the issue.

Controller Not Working

Some players are unable to use their controller while playing Jedi Fallen Order. The fix for the controller not working is simple.

You’ll need to remove all USB devices from your PC except for the mouse, keyboard, your controller, or its wireless receiver. Restart your PC and run the game to see if the controller has started working properly.

Unable to activate Jedi Fallen Order Lightsaber

Some players reported an issue where they can’t activate their lightsaber. Others are experiencing problems where it shuts off during combat.

In this case, try installing new mouse drivers. If it doesn’t work, you may need to change “Windowed Fullscreen” to “Fullscreen.”