Ultimate Fantasy VII’s pesky music bug is gone on Change and Xbox One

Ultimate Fantasy VII’s pesky music bug is gone on Change and Xbox One

On account of a moderately unlucky slip-up within the Nintendo Change and Xbox One ports of Ultimate Fantasy VII, the music restarts after each single random encounter with enemies. The difficulty appeared within the recreation’s Steam launch, and people had been dismayed to see it resurface once more this yr in these new console ports.

For a widely-loved online game with iconic music, the audio bug is a big oversight.

Fortunately, Sq. Enix has despatched out a repair for FFVII  not solely to deal with the defective overworld music playback, but in addition the black display that appeared when transitioning from cutscenes to gameplay. They’re gone. What’s extra, the music within the flashback scene now performs as initially meant. If any of those bought underneath your pores and skin, you possibly can go about your day with an additional spring in your step.

This is hoping the recurring bug does not pop up in future FFVII ports. I am reminded of a scene in It is All the time Sunny when Mac and Dennis precariously stay within the suburbs collectively. “Information flash, asshole!”

Now that that is squared away, is the Change model in your break-out-in-case-of-emergency record?

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