Ember Lab has now released a new patch for Kena: Bridge of Spirits during the weekend. The new patch fixes some bugs in the game.
If you are playing the PS4 version of the game, the update number is 1.12. For those of you playing on PS5, the patch number is 1,012,000.
The only patch notes released so far are from the PS4 update history. You can check out all the details shown below.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits patch 1.12 patch notes
- Fixed reverse controls in photo mode.
- Fixed a bug with the save state of the game.
A few days ago, Ember Lab also released another patch which was version 1.11. You can read these details below.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits patch 1.11 patch notes
- Added support for more autosave locations (5).
- Added location thumbnails to save files.
- Improved quality and increased resolution of images captured with photo mode.
- Added roll functionality to photo mode.
- Photo mode now crops images to match the selected format.
- Added the ability to display collected items on the world map.
- Added tracking of meditation spots by region on the world map.
- Ultra-wide support improved on PC.
- Fixed bugs related to saving game state.
- Fixed small bugs related to the Rot animation.
- Animation, audio mixing and music bug fixes.
- Fixed bugs related to missing collectibles and lost owl statues. Reduced tracking on some enemy and boss attacks.
- Crash fixes.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits is out now on PC, PS5, and PS4.
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