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GungHo Updates Grandia HD Collection With Japanese, Bug Fixes, and More

GungHo Online Entertainment launched replace patches for its multiplatform HD releases of traditional RPGs Grandia and Grandia II. This update coincides with the Japanese releaseof those remasters, which means the one new function is full Japanese language help. However, these releases have had their share of issues, and the replace comes with a listing of bug fixes and optimization upgrades for each platforms.

The replace brings Grandia HD Collection to model 1.01.00 on the Nintendo Switch, in addition to each Grandia HD Remaster and Grandia II HD Remaster, that are offered individually on PC through Steam. The updates might be utilized robotically, pending particular person person settings on both platform. Both variations of the sport(s) appear to be at parity, because the model numbering is constant and GungHo’s press launch factors followers to Steam listings for the patch notes.

Both Grandia HD Collection titles have their very own checklist of massive fixes, which vary from localization errors to full recreation freezing. Frame charge points are additionally famous to be addressed as nicely. Since the releases are separated on Steam, you’ll have to take a look at each listings for all the main points. In addition to the replace, GungHo said it is going to be sharing notes from improvement group employees on the official Grandia HD Collection website, so keep an eye out for when that updates.

Grandia HD Collection is at the moment out there on the Nintendo Switch, and every recreation is obtainable individually on the PC through Steam.

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