Many players are unable to even run Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order at all as their game crashes right at the start of launching. Since a lot of factors could be in play in this crash, we have a few workarounds that you can try to fix your launch crash for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Try disabling your anti-virus software. Sometimes the anti-virus starts scanning the exe file as soon as you run the game which causes abnormal behavior and ultimately crashes the game. Also add the game in your Firewall to avoid that annoying Firewall permission screen which could cause crashes in extreme situations as well.
Sometimes your system does not have enough free memory to boot up the game and in return, ends up crashing the system. If you have been using your system for a long time, close all apps and restart your system and then directly launch the game. Make sure that no extra apps are running in the background which could quickly consume a large amount of memory and cause the game to crash abnormally.
Disable any third-party software that came with your GPUs until official patches arrive from the GPU makers or EA which ensure that the drivers are fully compatible with the game. If they are crashing your game, disabling them will allow you to play the game just fine.
Try running the game as an administrator. This might be a last resort fix if you are still unable to run the game after the above-mentioned fixes but depending on your Windows installation, you might not have access to run the game right from the start so to ensure that you have the proper access, right-click on the .exe and click Properties. When the screen opens up, click the option to run the program as an administrator.