Shenmue I & II patch 1.03 packs CPU load optimisations, fixes crashes and more

SEGA has released a brand new update for the HD remaster of Shenmue 1 & 2. According to the release notes, this patch will update your game’s version to 1.03 and comes with further CPU load optimisations, fixes for some crashes, as well as fix for various instances of localisation issues.

Furthermore, this latest update fixes an issue that caused volume settings to be applied inconsistently between games, fixes an issue where Excite QTE button prompts would appear blank when bound to W, A, S, D, fixes UI issues after viewing items and fixes some issues with pawnshop fliers.

As always, Steam will download this patch the next time you launch its client and you can find its complete changelog below.

Shenmue I & II Patch 1.03 Release Notes

Audio
· Fixed an issue that caused volume settings to be applied inconsistently between games.

UI
· Fixed an issue where Excite QTE button prompts would appear blank when bound to W, A, S, D.
· Fixed various issues with help screens.
· Fixed UI issues after viewing items.
· Fixed some issues with pawnshop fliers.

Controls
· Fixed issues with the left stick during the Shenmue 1 bike race.

Miscellaneous
· Fix for a crash that would occur when detaching a sound device on some platforms.
· Further CPU load optimisations.
· Fix for various instances of localisation issues.
· Fixed a crash when transitioning to evening while listening to music at Tom’s Hot Dog Stand.

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