Square Enix Rolls Out Chocobo GP Version 1.0.5, Here Are The Full Patch Notes
Following on from an update at the beginning of this month, Square Enix has now issued another one for its Switch racer Chocobo GP.
This latest patch addresses various online multiplayer issues, including a handful tied to matchmaking. It also resolves some bugs. The development team will also be deleting any unfair records set by players on a case-by-case basis.
Here’s the full rundown via Square Enix’s official support page:
Chocobo GP – Version 1.0.5
This update contains the following content changes:
1. Fixes to improve an issue with information transferred when matchmaking is established.
*Due to measures taken to improve this issue, the following behaviors will now no longer occur:
・Races starting with fewer than 7 players
・Issues affecting the controls for one’s own and other player’s characters.
・Lap information becoming inaccurate.
2. Fixes to reduce the waiting time before retrying when matchmaking fails in Chocobo GP mode.
3. Fixes to a bug that allowed players to perform specific actions while jumping in order to move along while still floating in the air.
*These fixes will have the following effects on Time Attack mode:
・Ghost data that was downloaded on previous versions of the game can no longer be used.
・Ghost data uploaded in Time Attack mode from previous versions of the game can no longer be downloaded.
*In addition, the records of unfairly fast times achieved through using this bug will be deleted on a case-by-case basis.
*All rankings will be reset at the start of the next season.
We will continue to release further updates to make Chocobo GP more convenient and fun to play.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused and ask for your understanding.
Thank you for continuing to support Chocobo GP.
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