Star Wars Jedi Knight: Console Version Jedi Academy Slaughtered by PC players

Currently, many game developers still do not have the ability to present a cross-play feature in the game, especially if the cross-play is done by combining players from the console with a PC.

Because the gameplay and mechanism used in the console and PC are very much different. If combined, an imbalance occurs in the game.

Recently Aspyr Media as the developer of the Star Wars game Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy accidentally activated the cross-play feature of his game so that the players on PS4, Switch, and PC were combined into one.

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This also makes console players slaughtered out by PC players who have better movement and accuracy than console players who use controllers.

That's why many Star Wars players, Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, were frustrated and reported the problem to Aspyr Media. Unfortunately, Aspyr still hasn't confirmed this.

As information, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy itself is a Third-person Shooter game that was launched in 2003. You can play this game on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox, and PC platforms.

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