Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is getting some visual enhancements as well as some additional content thanks to a new patch. The patch finally fixes the bug that made the game run slowly on PC if your characters had hair, reducing the frame rate for some players.
It also includes quality of life improvements including adjustments to the game’s use of anti-aliasing as well as higher inventory limits for certain crafting items. Final Fantasy Origin is a game full of loot and things to pickup, so it is a welcome addition.
In terms of content, it adds a Battle Simulator side mission that allows players “to try out jobs, equipment, and abilities” With the 28 jobs available in the game, the Battle Simulator sounds like a great way to test out new builds and playstyles.
If you’ve been hesitant to pick it up, there is now an up to 25% off discount for the game across all platforms. You can snag all the chaos of Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin on sale in both PlayStation and Epic Games Store until May 25. It is discounted on Xbox until May 26 at 3AM PST.
In our review, we said that while the game’s story doesn’t come together until the end, its “respectable combat keeps this reimagining of the original Final Fantasy on track.” If you need help staying on track, be sure to check out our video detailing some of the best tips for surviving all the chaos in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin.
Casey is a freelance writer for IGN. You can usually find him talking about JRPGs on Twitter at @caseydavidmt.
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