Forspoken releases new update alongside patch notes

A new To leave update – and the game’s third total – has been released via PC and PS5. Unlike the previous 40 GB update that seemingly did nothing, this update is less than a GB, but it doesn’t do much either, or at least not much. How do we know this? Because the official patch notes for the update have been provided. And these patch notes confirm that there is no new content, no new features, or even major improvements. That said, there are some changes and tweaks you might want to be aware of if you’re playing exclusively for the PS5 console.

Forspoken has had a rocky start. It’s unclear how it’s being sold, but Steam data suggests it hasn’t been great. Meanwhile, the game generally did not go down well with critics. As a result, it’s unclear what sort of future the title has, but for now, Square Enix is ​​supporting it.

You can check out the patch notes for yourself below:

  • Fixed an issue where the side button setting could not be removed for the 5 button mouse configuration.
  • The system text associated with this update is only displayed if the text language is set to English or Japanese. The system text for other languages ​​will be implemented soon in an upcoming update.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when using a specific GPU.
  • Fixed an issue where the screen flickered when using certain Intel GPUs.
  • Also fixed an audio issue that was causing unintentional noise.
  • The UI display size is adjusted for the Steam Deck when the resolution is set to 1280 x 800.
  • Various minor technical repairs.
  • Updated the graphics settings to limit the number of NPCs displayed when model detail level is set to Low.
  • Updated graphics of certain objects that appear on the map of New York.?
  • The system has been updated to accept button input from the controller in use, even when multiple controllers are connected to the PC.
  • The patch version is displayed on the title screen of the game.
  • The clickable area for each menu’s entries has been widened for mouse input.

To leave is available via PC and PS5, and these two platforms are the only ways to play the new Square Enix game. It’s not on PS4, Nintendo Switch or Xbox consoles.

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