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    Tetris Effect: Connected update 1.3.1 is out now

    Enhance released update 1.3.1 for Tetris Effect: Connected across all platforms! Tetris Effect: Connected update 1.3.1 adds accessibility features for color vision deficiencies and applies various bug fixes. Read up on patch notes below:

    NOTE: V1.3.1 PLAYERS WILL ONLY MATCHMAKE WITH PLAYERS ON V1.3.1 OR LATER

    [ALL] Added options for players with color vision deficiencies – COLOR ASSIST TYPE A, B, and C. These can be found in OPTIONS > GAMEPLAY > TETRIMINO COLORS. These new options add patterns to the MagicMinos in CONNECTED/CONNECTED VS, and to TRADITIONAL Tetriminos to make them easier to identify.

    [ALL] Changed the default NEXT QUEUE display to 4 instead of 1.

    [ALL] The word TAP is now displayed when reviving in CONNECTED and CONNECTED VS if you fail to TAP 3 times consecutively.

    [XBOX] Optimized certain visual effects in MULTIPLAYER to prevent crashes that may occur when there is a heavy graphic load.

    [XBOX] Fixed an issue where switching Xbox accounts during a game could cause a crash in MULTIPLAYER > RANKED MATCH.

    [PS4] Fixed an issue in ZONE BATTLE where, in rare cases, the game could crash during ZONE.

    [ALL] Fixed an issue in ZONE BATTLE where, in rare cases, Tetriminos would not appear and the game would not progress during the second match when a player had a poor network connection.

    [SWITCH] Removed a system message prompting you to connect to the Internet when launching the game without a network connection.

    [ALL] Changed the default cursor position in CONNECTED to your highest-cleared Area.

    [ALL] Changed the default cursor position in CONNECTED VS lobbies to BOSS instead of READY.

    Other minor adjustments and bug fixes.

    Tetris Effect: Connected is out now for PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, Meta Quest, PC via Windows, Steam and Epic Games Store. Stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest Japanese gaming news and updates!

    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email: [email protected]

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