Here are the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom update version 1.1.2 patch notes. The update includes some bug fixes and also removed the duplication glitch from the game.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Update Version 1.1.2 Patch Notes
Audio Bug Fixes
- Fixed an issue where the sound would play at an extremely high volume in certain conditions.
- Fixed an issue in the main quest, “Camera Work in the Depths”, where players could not progress beyond a certain point. Downloading the update allows players to proceed past that point.
- Several issues have been addressed to improve the gameplay experience.
Official Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Website Confirms DLC
The most recent duplication glitch in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has been circulating around Twitter in the past days. It was an easy trick, that would get players infinite items very quickly. But now this glitch has been removed from the game with version 1.1.2.
However, gamers never sleep and they never stop trying to break games. That's why a new TotK duplication glitch has been found almost immediately. Let's see how long this one will last for.
Although some bugs have occurred in the past weeks, compared to other games, Tears of the Kingdom is running super stable. Everyone is asking themselves, how TotK is running so smoothly, even though we're playing it on a 6-year-old console, here is the answer!
Big Framerate Improvements Due To AMD FSR
One day before release. Nintendo implemented a new update for Tears of the Kingdom to AMD FidelityFX™ Super Resolution (FSR), which is a new AMD technology that "uses cutting-edge upscaling technologies to help boost your framerates [...] and deliver high-quality, high-resolution gaming experiences, without having to upgrade to a new graphics card."
This new technology, in general, allows us to have higher and stable frame rates in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom without having to endure losses in its visual quality. FSR is already being used in some other Nintendo Switch games, such as Nintendo Switch Sports, Splatoon 3, and Life is Strange: True Colors.
Many of us were already afraid that the, now rather outdated, Nintendo Switch from 2017 wouldn't be able to handle the upcoming Zelda. But since there is no Switch 2 in sight at the moment, this update to AMD FSR came just in time.
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