A new update is available for Scarlet Nexus which adds a number of quality of life features. Bandai Namco has showcased the v1.03 patch in a new trailer, detailing new settings for aim assist and lock on among other things. Check it out below.
The default Aim Assist is noteworthy since it allows for attacking a nearby enemy automatically (instead of forcing you to reorient a character to attack). Toggling Aim Assist (Locked on) sees attacks always hitting an enemy that you’re locked on to instead of prioritizing the left analog stick’s direction. Other settings include camera distance, which can be Normal, Close or Far, and the speed at which the camera will track a character.
If you’re tired of seeing the SAS Activation Animation screens, then there’s now an option to skip them, making battles flow even faster. Subtitles and fonts for things like Brain Talk messages, cutscenes and so on can also be made larger, improving readability. Character movement outside of battles has also been made faster as well.
Scarlet Nexus is out now for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC. Even more updates and paid DLC are planned for the coming months so stay tuned.
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