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Kingdom Hearts 3D Patched in Japan

by Danny Bivens - May 28, 2012, 8:33 am PDT
Total comments: 1 Source: http://support.jp.square-enix.com/news.php?id=1385..., Square Enix Japan

The game receives a patch in Japan, but users may have a hard time finding it. 

A patch for Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance is now available to download for players in Japan. 

However, at the moment, the patch does not have a prominent place on the eShop and may be difficult to find for users unaware of its availability. Owners of the game can follow a link to the eShop after scanning a QR code (included below) that was made available on the official Japanese Kingdom Hearts site. Users can also find the patch by searching for “kingdom hearts” in the eShop search bar.

The patch, which was announced at the most recent Nintendo Direct and released on May 25 in Japan, updates the game to version 1.1 and fixes various bugs. Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance releases in Europe on July 20 and in North America on July 31.

Thanks to Daan Koopman for the screenshot containing the "Ver. 1.1" text.



plufimMay 29, 2012

Now that patching is beginning, I'm curious as to how available patching is to third parties. Any chance NWR will undertake some investigative journalism in the future about how many hurdles are involved in patching, how much it costs, etc? I'm kind of hoping it's not as insane as the $40K punishment to patch a game over Xbox live.

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