In the evening, the Steam version of Ys IX: Monstrum Nox was updated and added to Correction notes We discover an exciting innovation. Developer Falcom has introduced PC players to an experimental co-op mode that allows two adventurers to explore Balduc’s Prison City locally on a single system (or online via Steam Remote Play).
The two subscribers share the most important rights, but only the first player can access the map or take over the navigation of the menu. Since Ys IX: Monstrum Nox is a 3D RPG with fast-paced combat and acrobatic skills, you’ll have to get used to the fact that both players have simultaneous camera control… You’ll explore dungeons together, solving challenging puzzles and puzzles that can be masqueraded as battles Grimwald.
It takes two controllers to configure the cooperative mode on the system. The start button is used to join and exit the second player. Ys IX is played with sides of three and players can switch to the inactive member independently of each other (use Select for this). The developers warn that players can block each other. For example, someone might activate a trap and then get stuck in an area that their partner can’t reach. Then you have to either restart the game or drop the second player. Your opponent can of course join the game immediately and should (hopefully) be called back near the first player.
The new update also adds some HUD tweaks and bug fixes to JRPG. The game now supports aspect ratios below 16:9 and higher frame rates should not prevent animations and effects from working as intended.
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