New Kena Bridge of Spirits Update 1.05 Disables PS5 Activity Resume Game Feature, Packs Photo Mode Changes and Fixes Various Bugs
Following the game’s release earlier this week, developer Ember Lab has released Kena Bridge of Spirits Update 1.05 across PS5 and PS4. Here’s what it does.
The latest patch for Kena packs some changes to the game’s photo mode, including an increase in the maximum camera sensitivity. In addition, the update enables photo mode when sitting with the joyful Rot. Furthermore, this new update includes various fixes for various reported issues, fixes for minor audio, visual, and collision bugs included.
There’s also a PS5-specific change following this update: it temporarily disables the “Resume Game” feature for PS5 activities to prevent overwriting autosaves. According to the developer, this feature will be re-enabled via an upcoming update. Down below you’ll find the official release notes for this update, as supplied by Ember Lab.
Kena Bridge of Spirits Update 1.05 Release Notes PS5/PS4
- Enabled photo mode when sitting with the Rot.
- Increased maximum camera sensitivity.
- Fixed bug that locked player into the Spirit Mask mode.
- Fixed progression blocker after combat in Taro’s Tree region.
- Fixed progression blocker after receiving the Bow Ability.
- Fixed progression blocker after Adira Hammer Relic and the objective marker not disappearing after completion.
- Fixed progression blocker on Warrior Path.
- The “Resume Game” feature for PS5 Activities has been temporarily disabled to prevent overwriting autosaves. This feature will be re-implemented in a future patch.
- Fixed minor visual, collision, and audio bugs.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits is available globally now across PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC via the Epic Games Store. Our very own Francesco de Meo reviewed this gorgeous title and praised its visuals, puzzle design, combat, and enormous amount of collectibles.
Despite featuring a very familiar experience inspired by The Legend of Zelda series, Kena: Bridge of Spirits manages to stand out from the competition with its amazing visuals, excellent combat system, and puzzle design. The underwhelming story and lack of real innovation prevent the game from being a must-have, sure, but what Kena: Bridge of Spirits does well, it really does well, so much that it's very easy to look past its issues.