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AEW Fight Forever 1.1 Patch PS4: What has been fixed?

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AEW’s first console video game, AEW Fight Forever, has been making waves in the gaming community since its release last month.

Despite receiving good-but-not-great reviews, the game has garnered a significant amount of attention, particularly from Playstation 4 and PC users.

However, some users have reported stability issues, particularly on the PS4 platform.

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The Stability Issue and the Promise of Support

Several users reached out on social media about the game being very unstable on PS4. This instability led to a less-than-optimal gaming experience, causing concern among the gaming community. Kenny Omega, who was involved in the game’s development from day one, assured fans that the game would receive ongoing support to fix bugs and add new features.

This promise of support was a beacon of hope for fans who were experiencing issues with the game.

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The Hotfix 1.11 Patch

In response to the stability issues, THQ Nordic, the game’s developer, announced the release of a patch. This patch, known as ‘Hotfix 1.11’, was designed to clear up the stability issues that have plagued the PS4 version of the game.

This move by THQ Nordic was a clear demonstration of their commitment to providing continued support for the game and its users.

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The Impact of the Patch

The ‘Hotfix 1.11’ patch has had a significant impact on the game’s performance on the PlayStation 4 platform. The stability issues that were previously causing problems for users have been addressed, leading to a smoother and more enjoyable gaming experience.

The patch has also been released for PC users, further expanding its impact.

Here is the full Changelog for the update:

General – all Platforms:
Fixed an issue where the title freezes after pressing the “Options” button during a gameplay replay.
Fixed an issue where the title crashes when opening the Leaderboards for the second time.
Fixed an issue when beginning an online match with a Custom Arena selected by the host, the game goes to a black screen.
Fixed an issue where the title crashes when opening the Leaderboards for the second time.
Fixed an issue where during a ladder brainbuster, both Wrestlers may suddenly fall to the floor and may get stuck in the mat. In such a case, the match didn´t continue.
Malakai Black’s finisher name changed from “BLACK MASS” to “THE END”.

PS4 / PS5:
Fixed an issue where backwards compatible save data from a PlayStation 4 was not detected by a PlayStation 5.
Fixed an issue where the title crashes when attempting to start an “Exhibition” match on PlayStation 4.
Fixed an issue where the title crashes when opening the Leaderboards for the second time on PlayStation 5.

PC:
Fixed an issue where when setting a PC using an ’IntelARC’ graphics chip to 4K resolution, the match-up screen background displays corrupted.

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