Tales Of Vesperia: Definitive Edition Update 1.2 Releases On 7 March
Bandai Namco has released the details on the Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition Update 1.2. The Update 1.2 Releases On 7 March on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition Update 1.2 includes a lot of adjustments and fix to the gameplay issues. The Update 1.2 also includes fixes to the issue in which game freezes during gameplay. It also contains tweaks and adjustment to the game objects, and Improved stability of other behaviors.
Chech out the full Update 1.2 details below:
PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Steam:
— Fixed a rare issue in which the game would freeze during gameplay.
— Adjusted the height of certain enemies both in the overworld map and in battle
— Fixed the display lag that would occur in Mantaic.
— Adjusted the behavior of stick controls during battle.
— Fixed an issue in which Flynn’s voice would play in Japanese when changing his stratety
to “Up To You” during battle, even when voiceover settings had been set to English.
— Improved stability of other behaviors.
PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch:
— Fixed an issue in which an arte assigned to a shortcut wouldn’t be performed properly
when stick controls to perform it.
Xbox One, Nintendo Switch , Steam: (When Using a Controller)
— Fixed an issue in which certain of Rita’s and Estelle’s artes would trigger in an unintended location.
PS4, Xbox One:
— Fixed the cooking challenge sub event so an event scene now plays when the player loses.
— Adjusted the audio balance.
— Fixed an issue in which completing 100% of the achievements would revert your progress to the last place you saved.
— Fixed an issue so any food can be cooked from the battle results screen even after customizing your button configuration.
— Improved overall performance and reduced latency.
— Added keyboard and mouse controls to Repede Snowboarding.
— Fixed an issue in which settings changed in “Conﬁgs” would not be reflected properly. Also enabled certain settings to be adjusted from the In-game “Configs” menu.
— Fixed an issue with Patty’s “Brainiac Magic Selection” so it can now be correctly selected when changing button assignments.
— Fixed text that would display incorrectly for certain rankings.
Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.
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