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Dragon’s Dogma 2 Update 1.060 Fixes Quest Bugs and More

Capcom has released update 1.060 for its latest open world RPG, Dragon’s Dogma 2, which introduces some fixes to quest progression bugs, miscellaneous tweaks and more. It’s a relatively small patch, all things considered, though it does appear to fix some annoying bugs that prevented players from progressing certain quests.

Update 1.060 for Dragon’s Dogma 2 follows the well-received 1.050 patch that was released at the end of March which addressed numerous performance issues, frame rate stability and quality of life improvements. The latest update isn’t major but it does offer further fixes to quests that would break due to a progression bug. Knowing that many quests in Dragon’s Dogma 2 can’t be tackled again in the same playthrough once they’re missed or failed, this was a very important fix.

The patch notes for update 1.060 are as follows:

  • Fixed issues that prevented progression in some quests.
  • Fixed some terrain that caused characters to get stuck.
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes.

Despite garnering plenty of praise at launch, Dragon’s Dogma 2‘s glaring issues have yet to be addressed. Capcom plans on adding a 30FPS cap on consoles in the near future, though the game’s New Game Plus mode seemed to disappoint many. In our impressions of New Game Plus, we called it a “complete let down” that lacked challenge, gear enhancements and more features typically present in second playthroughs.

That’s not even mentioning the game’s microtransactions which have been met with a divisive reception ever since Capcom added them. Some view them as harmless to the overall experience while others believe they’re especially egregious for a full-priced AAA title. We’re somewhere in the middle, believing that they’re wholly unnecessary but also don’t impact the game that much as all of the items being sold as microtransactions can be earned by just playing the game.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is available for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle

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