First Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom patch improves mouse camera movement, fixes framerate drops

Bandai Namco and Level-5 have released the first patch for Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom. According to the release notes, this first patch improves mouse camera movement and fixes framerate drops when using two monitors.

Furthermore, this update fixes the screen blackout when [CapsLock] key and [Q] key is pressed at the same time during the full screen mode, adds a shortcut for “SAVE” in the main menu and improves overall stability.

This patch will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and you can find below its complete changelog.

Ni no Kuni 2 Revenant Kingdom Patch 1.02 Release Notes:

  • Improved the game stability
  • Added a shortcut for “SAVE” in the main menu
  • Added specie icon on the message that appear before the battle with tainted monsters
  • Added region names on the map menu when zoomed out
  • Made “Lock/Unlock settings” for users to lock/unlock the equipment when changing them at the main menu
  • Changed the color of skirmish flag effect when the battle is cleared
  • Changed the timing of the pose during the victory screen when the battle is finished
  • Added help comment for citizen rank up and save
  • Fixed the bug during the side quest 051 “Trainee Priestess Speio” where quest will not proceed even when the magic “Rejuvenate” is learned
  • Fixed the bug caused by the order of the actions during Chapter 6, the Factory floors.
  • Fixed other minor bugs

PC-specific improvements:

  • Improved camera movements when a PC mouse is used
  • Fixed the screen blackout when [CapsLock] key and [Q] key is pressed at the same time during the full screen mode
  • Fixed the drop of framerate when 2 monitor screens are used

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