Sega has added support for Yakuza 0 in a new beta patch that’ll help the game improve ultrawide display support and the addition of a FOV slider alongside other various UI and gameplay enhancements.
Yakuza 0 releasd on the PC last August. The first patch was rolled back because of some server crashing, but otherwise, the game was pretty well-received.
The beta patch now is optional and players are advised to actually NOT download the new patch if they have no current problems with the game.
Players will also be able to have better camera controls during mouse movement and support for both traditional QWERTY and AZERTY keyboards. There’s also a new background audio slider and a UI toggle so players can control how loud the background audio plays and how the UI will be displayed.
The beta patch also has a bunch of bug fixes.
Yakuza Kiwami is due next week, which will be a remake of the original game with enhancements from Yakuza 0.
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