As promised yesterday, Bandai Namco has now issued the first patch for the PC version of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4.

While it may not be an extensive patch for the game it is at least a start and Namco say that other issues are still being being “investigated”. Looking back at the list of problems on launch day they have a lot to fix assuming they want it to run as intended without having to use workarounds.

One of the issues they are trying to pin down at the moment is a save file corruption but they are finding it hard to replicate. If you have experienced this you can post feedback in this thread to help them out. That’s right, you need to help the devs.

Today’s patch addresses the following:

  • Audio: the issue with the mono sound on the left side has been fixed
  • Audio: the game will not lose the sound after reconnecting an audio device
  • Audio: the background music will now correctly work in the Rumble Shop in the Village Hidden in the Cloud in Adventure Mode
  • Keyboard compatibility: the game will not lose keyboard input after a match
  • Gamepad compatibility: the gamepad response has been improved


Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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