Sonic Frontiers patch deal with points with map, audio, crashes and extra – Destructoid
Raceway to Restoration
Sonic Staff has launched that first main patch for its latest launch Sonic Frontiers — Rolling out on PlayStation now, Model 110 addresses quite a few points with the so-so journey. Comparable patches for different console and PC platforms are set to observe within the close to future.
The patch notes are, oddly, solely accessible through the Japanese Sonic Frontiers Twitter. However, because of a translation by UpdateCrazy, we all know that Model 110 contains fixes for a wide range of in-game issues, together with UI and map optimization, fixes to audio points, efficiency enhancements, and fixes for quite a few deadly crashes. The brand new replace additionally cleans out a bug that may trigger the Chronos Island boss to randomly disappear upon retry.
Sonic Frontiers launched on November 8 to a mish-mash of evaluations and divisive fan reward. Whereas some discovered the brand new journey an fascinating and distinctive new tackle the Sonic the Hedgehog universe, others have been ostracized by repetitive gameplay and a boring, considerably depressing surroundings. A lot of the fanbase sees Sonic Frontiers as a optimistic step for the dice-roll franchise, nevertheless, and hopes that it represents a brand new daybreak for a sequence that has had its fair proportion of horrible releases.
There may be nonetheless work to be achieved to convey Sonic Frontiers absolutely on top of things, (pun absolutely meant), and Sonic Staff lead Morio Kishimoto has raised a couple of eyebrows along with his feedback that he sees the sport’s grand worldwide launch akin to a “international playtest”. Regardless of this, Kishimoto factors to the brand new title as a landmark second, reinventing the long-running franchise for a brighter future.
Sonic Frontiers is obtainable now on PlayStation, PC, Xbox, and Nintendo Change platforms.