Star Wars: Squadrons new 1.1 Update Introduces Stability Improvements, Controls Tweaks, and More

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A few hours ago the new Star Wars: Squadrons update has gone live, introducing stability improvements, controls tweaks, and more.
The Star Wars: Squadrons 1.1 update, which is now live on PC, PS 4, and Xbox One, brings fixes for Fleet Battles Ranks, controls, Bug Fixes, Stability, and VR.
  • Fixed an issue where players could not be correctly placed in rank after initial placement matches
    • Players who have not started their placement matches will be able to place normally
  • Players who have started their placement matches will have their remaining matches use the corrected system
    • There will be no rank resets at this time


  • Added options in the menu called “Controller Global Deadzone” and “Flight Stick Global Deadzone” which will allow you to modify the deadzone individually for standard controllers and Flight Sticks
  • Adjusted the default input curves for Flight Sticks, which should make controls feel more responsive


  • Adjusted some of the visual effects in VR mode, specifically addressing the brightness and bloom when dropping bombs from your Starfighter
The Star Wars: Squadrons 1.11 update also features the obligatory bug fixes and general stability improvements.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where the Fleet Battles Tutorial could become incompletable if the player’s starfighter was destroyed at certain points during the exercise
  • Fixed an issue where V-Sync would sometimes become disabled upon returning to the main menu
  • Fixed a bug where the Imperial squadron was not visible in some instances during the opening cinematic for Dogfight mode
  • Fixed an issue that was causing the 3000 series Nvidia GPUs to default to low-quality graphics settings
  • We’ve removed a couple of instances where development text was appearing in the game
  • Fixed an issue ensuring VOIP (voice chat) toggles work as intended
  • Fixed an issue on PC where single-player medals could be removed after playing other game modes. (NOTE: We are aware of this issue on the console as well and a fix for that will be coming soon)


  • Improved stability in the Spectator feature of online PvP modes
  • Other general stability improvements and fixes
Star Wars: Squadrons is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One worldwide.

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