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Nintendo and Monolith Soft have released a new software update for Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country, correcting issues that have been identified in the standalone prequel.

That includes the Affinity Chart where Trust could not become S rank to unlock the completion reward item, as well as an issue where characters that had been met in event or cut scenes would not be counted as “met.”

There’s also a new help message for the A Rare Sense of Justice quest, and two bugs that could occur when performing a Chain Attack have been fixed.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country Update Version 1.0.1 Patch Notes

Issues Fixed

  • Fixed an issue with the Affinity Chart, in which completing it did not cause Trust to become S rank, and the completion reward item was subsequently not earned.
    • After downloading the update, checking the Affinity Chart again will cause Trust to increase to S rank and give the player the completion reward item.
  • Fixed an issue with the third requirement to “Meet characters from the Community List” for receiving Jin’s Affinity Reward, Mineralogy. This issue prevented characters that had been met in event scenes or cut scenes to not be counted as “met” unless the player talked to them outside of those scenes.
    • This applied to the characters Popolo, Onyx, Kaleena, and Leo.
    • After downloading the update, if you have already viewed the necessary event or cut scenes, these characters will automatically be counted as “met.”
    • Added a help message to the quest “A Rare Sense of Justice” that will appear when conditions to advance the quest have not been met.
    • Fixed an issue when performing a Chain Attack temporarily preventing character selection after a “round” of attacks had been completed.
    • Fixed an issue causing a character switch to take too long when selecting Brighid for a Chain Attack after she had used her Confining Flames ability.
    Alex Seedhouse

    Alex Seedhouse

    After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.