The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails New PC Update Remedies Softlocks & Presentation Errors

PH3 GmbH has announced that the Nihon Falcom-developed action JRPG The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails has been updated to version 1.08 on Steam to remedy issues regarding display management, softlocks, and other minor errors.

You can view the quoted patch notes for version 1.08 of The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails on Steam below:

  • Provide better display management – you can configure resolution and refresh rate separately now, and select the display for multi-display setups in-game; note that the game might start in a different display mode the first time you launch this updated version compared to what you have been using so far – just change it again in the settings in that case
  • Fix a bug that can cause softlocks (e.g. the one reported in Chapter 3) or otherwise erroneous character behavior during map transitions
  • Fix graphical artifacts that might show up at the bottom of the screen during fades or camera transitions at certain resolutions

The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails on PC features auto-save functionality, ultra-widescreen support, turbo mode, and other configuration options to make this port as qualitative as possible. In that same vein, 60 FPS will be supported on PlayStation 4, with HD visuals and enhanced audio quality from the original PSP release. New character illustrations for event scenes have also been added for the characters residing in the hub, Remnant Isle.

During gameplay, players take control of Nayuta Herschel, a young boy who dreams of the outside world and what lies beyond the confines of his home. Soon after reconvening with his friends and other denizens on his island, Nayuta ends up saving a mysterious fairy by the name of Noi. This fairy-like girl asks for Nayuta’s help in recovering something stolen from her, and this journey takes him to the stretches of existence he has only ever dreamed of.

The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails is now available in North America for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.

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