Grandia II Anniversary Edition – New Update Enables 60FPS Battles, Adds Native 4K Resolution Support

A couple of days ago, GungHo Online Entertainment America released the Anniversary Edition of Grandia II on Steam. And as you may know, at its time of release this version was locked at 30fps. Well good news everyone as its development team has released a new update that enables 60fps battles (the game is still not fully unlocked to 60fps, but at least this is better than nothing).

In addition, this update adds native support for 4K resolutions, an option in order to enable or disable Shadows, fixes two memory leaks, and adds a number of new audio settings.

As always, this update will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and below you can view its complete changelog:

New Video Settings
– 60FPS Battles On/Off toggle
– Shadows On/Off toggle
– Pause App on Focus Loss On/Off toggle
– 4K & Ultra Wide resolutions added
– Custom resolution support added (type any resolution in the drop down box)

New Audio Settings
– Music Volume added
– Speech Volume added
– SFX Volume added
– Ambience Volume added
– Footsteps Volume added
– New Default Volume Mix updated

Gamepad
– Analog Camera On/Off toggle (disable for a temp fix for Xbox One controllers on Windows 10)
– Analog Movement On/Off toggle

Bug Fixes
– Fixed two memory leaks
– Fixed crash when Roan talks to NPC in Liligue City
– Fixed delayed from occurring at the end of moves/magic that play videos
– Fixed ground clipping on Millenia’s Fallen Wings move

Misc
– Added Version Number to Main Launcher Window

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