An update via v1.21 of BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle has dropped today (8/10/2018) with specified patch notes covering the changes. These “changes” are solely bug fixes regarding both the PS4 and PC versions. The Nintendo Switch version will also receive the v1.21 update, although the patch notes are not yet released for it.

PlayStation 4 v1.21 patch notes:

  • Resolved issue of the game to hang under certain circumstances while Akihiko Sanada was in play. (This problem has not been reported on the Nintendo Switch version.
  • Labrys and Nine received a fix that corrected an issue where gauge dependent moves could be utilized without draining said gauge.
  • Fixed Nine’s Tactic Mode mission, which was impossible to clear.

Steam v1.21 patch notes:

  • Labrys and Nine received a fix that corrected an issue where gauge dependent moves could be utilized without draining said gauge.
  • Fixed Nine’s Tactic Mode mission, which was impossible to clear.
  • Resolved a bug that would induce a crash after updating to v1.20 upon attempts to enter Character Select (Training/VS) mode.
Labrys fixes via v1.21.

Sorry Labrys, but you’ll have to pay up meter like everybody else.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is currently available on PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. For information on updates for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, you can check out the Arc System Works official website.

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