Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity got a day-one patch to fix some bugs

The framerate wasn’t mentioned

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is out, and I’m pretty excited.

I mean, I already finished it, and then some! I’m just jazzed to hear from everyone else with the spoiler shield removed, and how they feel about some of the story choices. But before then, there’s some housekeeping with a small day-one patch.

No, it doesn’t overhaul the framerate (it’s not the Warriors way!): rather, it shores up some game-breaking glitches, while adding Spanish audio. According to the patch notes, there were multiple scenarios that involved not being able to “proceed further,” when certain conditions were met. One of them was with the use of two-player mode, and two others had triggers of changing characters and “defeating an enemy with a certain procedure.”

Well then! Good thing those were cleared up before someone had to halt their progress and wait on a future patch. That patch just came!

As a reminder, Nintendo just put out a physical My Nintendo reward for Age of Calamity that’s basically a Breath of the Wild tchotchke.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Updated [Japanese Nintendo]

Version 1.0.1

  • Added Spanish audio.
  • Fixed software issues, including the following problems: 
    • Fixed issue where proceeding further became impossible after certain operations in the menu screen of the two-player mode.
    • Fixed issue where proceeding further sometimes became impossible when changing characters at a certain point in some of the scenarios.
    • Fixed issue where proceeding beyond the loading screen sometimes became impossible after defeating an enemy with a certain procedure in some of the scenarios.
    • Fixed the issue where the screen display got corrupted and controls apart from the HOME Button stopped responding after certain operations in the materials selling menu.
Chris Carter
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