The welcome to Arashi: Castles of Sin was not as good as one might wish. The PlayStation VR exclusive released this summer turned out to be a good stealth game, but it faltered in combat. To fix this and other issues, the Endeavor One study has released patch 1.4.
This game in which we are a ninja has already received several updates, including one to take advantage of PS4 Pro. The one released at the end of last week focuses on three aspects: improving our partner the wolf Haru, solving the problems of hand-to-hand combat and perfecting its quality in general.
Haru the wolf it will better identify enemies and intimidate them, its AI has been improved so that it does not have to wait for our orders to do so. The rivals will also be smarter, they will not lose our trail if we climb a ladder, for example, and their reactions to our pet more realistic.
As for combat, improved physics and collisions of the sword, and the controls will vibrate when our weapon struck against that of the enemies. Fixed opponents being able to attack us from too close. We will now have more freedom to attack and counter-attack.
Our health and armor have also been balanced, and the final bosses are after this patch more dangerous. Other aspects that have improved are transitions, difficulty, aiming assistant, climbing efficiency, etc.