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Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin patches bring updated graphics, expanded endgame content & more

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin recently launched on Nintendo Switch in North America and it’s already been updated with a couple of patches. The patches brings some welcome improvements to the beautiful side-scroller with more end-game content added, improved visuals in some parts of the game and also some missing voice data has been implemented. Of course, the overall performance has been enhanced too so players can look forward to a smoother experience post-update.

Check out the full patch notes:

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin version 1.02 patch notes:

  • Stabilised overall system operations.

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin version 1.01 patch notes:

  • Added / improved graphic data in some areas.
  • Added missing voice data.
  • Adjusted overall game balance and effects.
  • Stabilized overall system operations.
  • Expanded end game content.

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    1. This game was announced a few of years ago for PS4 and PC and several months ago for Switch, game launched recently on all announced platforms. I had my eye on the PC version but also kept an eye on the PS4 version until they said it was coming to Switch so guess which version I got instead?

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      1. I haven’t played it yet because work plus trying to complete a game I started when it came out which was back in 2017. The game has connections to the world of “I’m Really Feeling It” and “It’s Reyn Time”. I stopped after the DLC came out which I beat and just recently am continuing where I left off. I might take a break from it to play this game.


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