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Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remaster New Update Introduces Skippable Cutscenes, Bug Fixes

Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remaster New Update Introduces Skippable Cutscenes, Bug Fixes
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Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remaster has been updated once again on Nintendo Switch with new features and some bug fixes that will make the experience more enjoyable for all.

The 1.0.2 update added the ability to skip certain cutscenes like boss appearance sequences and Myrrh drop acquisition events. The former is a very welcome change, as it made fighting bosses particularly annoying in case one was defeated by one multiple times.

The new Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remaster update also introduces some bug fixes regarding items. You can find the full update notes right below.

  • Boss appearance sequences and Myrrh drop acquisition events in multiplayer mode are now skippable.
  • Fixed a bug that makes unknown element hot spots marked as [?] visible after playing in multiplayer mode with another player who has already activated the hot spot.
  • Fixed a bug that allowed players to gain infinite items.
  • Other various bug fixes.

Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remaster suffered from several issues at launch, and little was done in the days following release to fix them. Last month, director Araki Ryoma confirmed, however, that issues will be fixed more quickly in the future.

Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remaster is now available on Nintendo Switch as well as on PlayStation 4.

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