An old RPG that was first released on Sony’s original PlayStation console back in 1999 has recently received a significant update. Many remakes and remasters of beloved PS1 games have begun to appear in recent years, bringing them to new platforms. One of the games was Chrono Cross, which was reissued in 2022 as Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition on newer technology. And while the first release of this port of the well-known game was pretty shoddy, Square Enix has since released a sizable new patch for the game that includes a brand-new feature.
The most recent update for Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition, which Square Enix released last week, now supports 60fps (frames per second) play. When this remaster first came out last year, many fans were anticipating to see 60 frames per second support for Chrono Cross, which is the first time it has ever received this treatment. Square Enix heard the complaints of the fans and decided to heed their pleas, even if it took almost a full year for the feature to be created.
The major new feature of this update for Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition is 60 frames per second support, although there are other changes made to the game. Pip’s stats have since been modified by Square Enix, especially with regard to levels. This change is extremely appreciated because it addresses yet another frequent issue that many players of Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition have been raising.