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Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition is Getting a Big Update

Almost one year later, Square Enix is finally releasing an update for Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition which promises to fix the game’s framerate issues, adjust Pip’s evolutions and more. The remaster of the legendary PS1 JRPG Chrono Cross released last year but had a number of technical problems, particularly its unstable framerate which fluctuated wildly during battles and cinematics.

The development team behind Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition recently posted a statement to social media confirming that a long-awaited update will be arriving this month that addresses not only the framerate, but other problems as well.

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The statement provided by the development team reads:

“Following the launch of the game last year, we’re planning to release an update this month. The update includes a wide range of changes, such as framerate improvements, changes to the growth system for Pip, and fixes for other bugs. Thank you so much for all of your thoughts and feedback on Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition. Have you discovered the secrets that original director Masato Kato added to this remaster? We hope that you download the update, and that you continue to enjoy playing the game into the future.”

Pip is an optional character in Chrono Cross that you can add to your party. The character contains two evolutionary paths (depending on the Elements equipped and used): a “dark” path and a “holy” path. The former makes Pip focus on physical damage while the latter focuses on magical attacks. It’s unclear how Square Enix will change this growth system in the update. It’s good to know that the framerate will also be fixed as well since that was the barrier for many players eager to play the port.

Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.

Source: Chrono Cross Dev Team

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