Theatrhythm Final Bar Line Patched on PS4; Fixes Summonstone Save Data Corruption, Game Freezes & More

Square Enix has launched a new patch for the Final Fantasy rhythm RPG, Theatrhythm Final Bar Line on PlayStation 4, addressing several notable bugs that have plagued the title since launch. A Nintendo Switch version of the patch is in the works.

You can view the quoted patch notes below, with each error stated, followed by their respective fix:

Error 1:
The game freezes on a black screen on startup.

Fixed an issue causing ProfiCard save data to become corrupted after manually erasing a summonstone from the Edit Party menu.
Upon installing the patch, summonstones will be removed from the ProfiCard save data, and the game will start normally for affected players.

Error 2:
The game crashes or freezes on a black screen when transitioning to the Music Stages menu.

Fixed an issue where the last selected song could not be determined after moving from Music Stages to a different screen while an unpurchased DLC song is selected with songs sorted by difficulty.
Upon installing the patch, the Music Stages menu will open normally for affected players.

Error 3:
An incorrect composer name is displayed for the song “Melodies Errant” in the Music Player.

Corrected the composer of “Melodies Errant” to be “Naoshi Mizuta” from the previous and incorrect “Nobuo Uematsu.”

Error 4:
The game freezes when selecting the Favorites tab in Music Stages.

Fixed an issue causing the game to freeze when selecting the Favorites category in either Music Stages or Multi Battle song selection after songs were added to favorites from the other menu.

Error 5:
Restarting a song just before a game over results in an All Critical.

Fixed an issue where an All Critical would occasionally be given after selecting “RETRY” from the pause menu just before the HP gauge reaches 0%.

Theatrhythm Final Bar Line is now available worldwide on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

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