June 22, 2018 10:34 am Leave your thoughts
NIS America will be launching Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA next week and are aware of some bugs and other issues in the game that have been plaguing Game Reviews. To remedy the issues, NIS America have outlined a schedule in which they will be releasing patch updates to fix issues that players have been experiencing. This includes text refinements, adjustments, fixing crash issues amongst other things.
Below we have the list of upcoming patches, what they are for and when they will go live:
Patch v1.01Short Description: Fixes include adjustment to Nintendo Switch auto-sleep function, incorrect icons displaying, and text refinements.Current Status: Ready for LaunchActual Live Date: June 26Patch v1.02Short Description: Addressing crash issues, some aesthetic issues, and text refinements.Current Status: Testing Round 2Expected Live Date: Launch weekPatch v1.03Short Description: Text refinements.Current Status: Testing Round 1Expected Live Date: Week after launchPatch v1.04Short Description: Japanese Voice Implementation and aesthetic refinements during cutscenes.Current Status: Testing Round 1Expected Live Date: Mid July 2018If you are unsure what the statuses mean, you can see the Status workflow written below:• Planning• Development• Testing Round 1• Testing Round 2• Ready for Launch
NISA America have promised to update their patch schedule as and when new information is available. They plan to keep the information as clear as possible so that gamers know exactly what each patch is for and would like to thank everyone for their support of NIS America and Ys VIII: Lacrimosa Of DANA
Source: NIS AmericaTags: Gaming, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, NIS America, Patch Fixes, videogames, Ys VIII: Lacrimosa Of Dana
This post was written by Mike Scorpio