Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition has been released a few days back on PC, and, while the game doesn’t suffer from any game-breaking bug, there are still issues like lack of graphics options and more. Some of these issues have been fixed by the latest release of the Special K mod.
The new Special K release reduces micro stuttering and introduces options to disable Depth of Field, Bloom, and Blur.
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- Reduce microstutter (minimal, not a comprehensive fix)
- Disable Depth of Field, Bloom and Blur
Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition is truly the definitive edition of the game. The remaster comes with content that was exclusive to the PlayStation 3 release as well as several small enhancements that enhance an already excellent JRPG.
Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition is a solid remaster of one of the best classic JRPGs released during the previous console generation. With a colorful cast of well-developed characters, an incredibly fun battle system, and engaging gameplay mechanics, the game still manages to hold its own ten years since release, even with minimal tweaking. The huge amount of new content is also meaningful to the experience, making the Definitive Edition truly the definitive way to experience the game.
Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in all regions.
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