Final Fantasy XV 1.05 Update Doesn’t Fix PS4 Pro High Mode Frame Pacing Issues; New 1080p/ 60 FPS Video Released


Final Fantasy XV, the latest entry in the series developed by Square Enix, received a new update a few hours ago. The new update, update 1.05, added some new PlayStation 4 Pro enhancements as well as new content, tweaks, and fixes. Sadly, the update doesn't seem to fix one of the most noticeable issues of the game.

According to online reports, frame pacing issues while playing Final Fantasy XV on the PlayStation 4 Pro High mode are still in. Thankfully, things are much better while playing on Lite mode.

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Frame pacing on High is still there.

Lite-fps is nice (lestallum & Alt.) especially when constantly moving the camera about, warping is better too.

Key Icons in the map are now bigger at max zoom out

Map scroll/zoom much improved

A new video showcasing the game running at 1080p resolution and 60 FPS has also been released, and you can check it out right below.

The Final Fantasy XV 1.05 update also increases the level cap, adds two songs from the Nier series and more.

Playstation 4 Pro Console Lite Mode compatibility with a maximum of 60 FPS.
New Timed Quests (Limited Time Hunt and Contests)
Higher Level Cap (up to 120)
Increased Camera Roll capacity (store up to 200 photos)
Portable Music Player for chocobo rides.
Conclusion of The Moogle Chocobo Carnival.
Various Bug Fixes.

Additional Final Fantasy XV content is going to be released next month. Square Enix announced a few days ago that the Episode Gladiolus DLC will be released next month, including new explorable areas and weapons that can be carried over the main game.

Final Fantasy XV is now available in all regions on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.