Koei Tecmo and Omega Force released a Update for the PC version of Wild HeartsThe latest “Monster Hunter-like” was well received by critics, but heavily criticized by computer users due to a number of technical issues.
The official Wild Hearts patch notes shared by Omega Force are from Steam and fix a handful of CPU, resolution, and rendering issues related to the Radeon RX 7900 XTX, an AMD graphics card.
However, let’s see the full Wild Hearts patch notes below:
- Fixed an issue where some high-end CPUs were unintentionally throttled. High-end PCs should now see an improvement in performance.
- Fixed an issue that caused some audio to not play or lag, causing audio to stack up. This “sound stacking” issue was also causing CPU load for gamers. With this fix, players should see performance improvements overall. Using 5.1/7.1 audio solution is no longer required on PC.
- The default resolution on first run is 16:9 1080p. Recommended specifications for WILD HEARTS are set for a 16:9 1080p display; for new users this will be the default. You can change this setting to the resolution you want in-game.
- Fixed a rendering issue (“disco lights”) when using the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX.
- Fixed an issue on the save/load screen that could cause the saved data to become corrupted.
In our Wild Hearts review, “Wild Hearts sincerely exceeded our expectations. We wouldn’t have expected a title from Omega Force to rival Monster Hunters, let alone be equipped with systems robust enough to guarantee a personality. The Japanese team has given newcomers a boost with the complexity of the series that inspired it.” It quieted our doubts by uncovering a very valid action that found the right compromise in several respects between a desire to open up to such experiences. The “Mother” series was neither dethroned nor reached its qualitative peaks due to some balancing and creativity issues caused by the team’s lack of experience compared to Capcom veterans; in any case, highly recommended for action lovers or those who want a fresh experience. alternative to the usual monster hunt.”