Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition version 1.2 update launches March 7

Various fixes across all versions.

Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

Bandai Namco will release the version 1.2 update for Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition on March 7, the publisher announced.

Find the full list of changes below.

All Versions

  • 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 strategy to “Up To You” during battle, even when voiceover settings had been set to English.
  • Improved stability of other behaviors.

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch Versions

  • Fixed an issue in which an arte assigned to a shortcut wouldn’t be performed properly when stick controls to perform it.

Xbox One, Switch, and Steam (When Using a Controller) Versions

  • Fixed an issue in which certain of Rita and Estelle’s artes would trigger in an unintended location.

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Versions

  • Fixed the cooking challenge sub-event so an event scene now plays when the player loses.

Switch Version

  • Adjusted the audio balance.

Steam Version

  • Fixed an issue in which completing 100 percent 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.
  • Fixed an issue in which settings changed in “Configs” would not be reflected properly. Also enabled specific 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 now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.

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