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Like a Dragon: Ishin! Patch 1.05 adds support for NVIDIA DLSS 2 & Intel XeSS 1.1

Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio has released a new patch for the PC version of Like a Dragon: Ishin! that adds official support for NVIDIA DLSS 2 and Intel XeSS 1.1.

Thanks to this patch, NVIDIA RTX owners won’t have to rely on mods for using DLSS 2. So, better late than never I guess.

Anyway, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio has also made some improvements for AMD users. This update adjusts AMD FSR 2 translucency and water surface behavior.

Moreover, this latest update improves flame rendering performance. Not only that, but Patch 1.05 packs a number of bug fixes.

As always, Steam will download this update the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

Like a Dragon: Ishin! Patch 1.05 Release Notes

PC Version
  • Added compatibility for NVIDIA DLSS 2.
  • Added compatibility for IntelĀ® XeSS 1.1.
  • Adjusted AMD FSR 2 translucency and water surface behavior.
  • Fixed an error wherein shop item descriptions did not update on mouse hover.
  • Corrected poker text bubble behavior when using ultrawide monitors.
All Platforms
  • Improved flame rendering performance.
  • Improved follower behavior.
  • Weakened spear and iaijutsu enemies.
  • Adjusted the amount of trooper morale recovered by eating.
  • Fixed an error wherein level 99 was unreachable under certain conditions.
  • Fixed an error wherein Diligence Records would not display under certain conditions.
  • Fixed an error that caused freezing if certain inputs were entered when creating Clear Data.
  • Fixed an error wherein certain inputs would open and close chicken races simultaneously.
  • Fixed an error wherein the Hannya Shirakawa Trooper Card could not be obtained.
  • Fixed an error wherein Scarecrow Chateau progress would not carry over properly in Bakumatsu Premium Adventure.
  • Other stability improvements and fixes.

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