The classic role playing game Grandia II, originally released years ago on SEGA Dreamcast and later ported to PlayStation 2, has been recently released on Steam. The new version of the game, called Grandia II Anniversary Edition, unfortunately has been plagued with a variety of issues that prevented some from enjoying the game. Thankfully, a new patch has been released today which brings several fixes to the game and adds some really interesting features that will vastly enhance the experience.
Among the new features added by the new Grandia II Anniversary Edition patch is a 60 FPS option for battles, which allows players to make battles run in 60 FPS. Another notable addition is support for custom resolutions, the addition of 4K and Ultra wide resolutions, new Audio settings and much more.
Here are the full patch notes for the Grandia II Anniversary Edition 1.03 patch.
New Video Settings
– 60FPS Battles On/Off toggle
– Shadows On/Off toggle
– Pause App on Focus Loss On/Off toggle
– 4K & Ultra Wide resolutions added
– Custom resolution support added (type any resolution in the drop down box)
New Audio Settings
– Music Volume added
– Speech Volume added
– SFX Volume added
– Ambience Volume added
– Footsteps Volume added
– New Default Volume Mix updated
– Analog Camera On/Off toggle (disable for a temp fix for Xbox One controllers on Windows 10)
– Analog Movement On/Off toggle
– Fixed two memory leaks
– Fixed crash when Roan talks to NPC in Liligue City
– Fixed delayed from occurring at the end of moves/magic that play videos
– Fixed ground clipping on Millenia’s Fallen Wings move
– Added Version Number to Main Launcher Window
Grandia II Anniversary Edition is now available for purchase on Steam in all regions. The additions and fixes of the new patch will definitely improve the experience for everybody so consider checking the game out if you’re looking for a very good classic role playing game to play on PC.