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Panzer Dragoon: Remake was updated to version 1.3 earlier today, adding in new features and improvements. One of the latest additions involves a Performance Mode with 60 frames per second. Take a closer look at the feature below.

Panzer Dragoon: Remake is currently available on the Switch eShop. In case you missed it, you can learn more about version 1.3 here.

Panzer Dragoon: Remake has updated to version 1.3 on Switch. It comes with some new additions that we previously heard about including a 60 FPS option, plus other new features like Episode 0. A number of improvements have also been implemented.

Below are the full patch notes:

Panzer Dragoon: Remake appears to be off to a strong start. According to publisher Forever Entertainment, revenue earned during the first weekend following launch more than doubled the cost of development. That includes sales from the eShop as well as pre-ordered from Limited Run Games’ physical version.

Forever Entertainment’s Zbigniew Dębicki says that Panzer Dragoon: Remake is exceeding the company’s expectations. Specific sales data was not provided, however.

There are still significant plans for Panzer Dragoon: Remake. Last week, we heard about a big patch that will offer 60 frames per second, reduced input lag, and more. We have all of the details here.

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During an interview with Panzer Dragoon World, Panzer Dragoon: Remake co-producer Benjamin Anseaume detailed a new 1.3 update for the Switch game. It’s been confirmed that the patch will include an option to enable 60 frames per second, HD Rumble, and more.

Here’s a full rundown of the update:

Forever Entertainment have detailed a new update for Panzer Dragoon: Remake, which is live now on Switch. The update packs in a new soundtrack, visual adjustments and more.

The patch notes are as follows:

Panzer Dragoon: Remake ended up receiving a surprise release on Switch this week as one of the announcements from the Nintendo Direct Mini. The launch came just a short while after it was announced that Saori Kobayashi, who worked on previous entries on the series, would be contributing to a newly arranged soundtrack. But that’s not players found when they booted up the Switch remake.

According to the official Twitter account, Kobayashi’s additional soundtrack will be patched in at a later date. We don’t know when it’s coming, but the goal is to have it ready “as soon as possible.” For now, players only the original soundtrack is included.

Panzer Dragoon: Remake is only available digitally at present, but we heard earlier this week that a physical version is in the pipeline. The boxed edition will come with the soundtrack update on the cartridge.

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Many years after it came out on the SEGA Saturn, Panzer Dragoon has finally returned on Switch with a remake. View a comparison for the two versions below.

New footage is in for Panzer Dragoon: Remake, which saw a surprise release on the Switch eShop today. View the gameplay below.

Panzer Dragoon: Remake is getting a physical release, Limited Run Games has announced.

Fans will be able to purchase a standard copy or Classic Edition. The latter version is “reminiscent of its original home release”.

Pre-orders open tomorrow at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET on Limited Run Games’ website.

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Saori Kobayashi contributed to the Panzer Dragoon soundtracks way back in the day. Now that the original game is returning on Switch with a remake, it’s been announced that she’ll be working on this new project as well.

Kobayashi said in a video message that she’ll be arranging the original music. You can listen to her full comments in the video below.


https://twitter.com/PanzerDragoonRE/status/1242757338970443776

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