Theatrhythm Final Bar Line Patch Released

Theatrhythm Final Bar Line Patch Hits the PS4

Square Enix released a patch for Theatrhythm Final Bar Line on the PS4. The new patch is currently only available for the one platform, as the Switch patch is not yet complete. The patch was introduced to fix a number of bugs within the game.

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The company implemented a few of these fixes to address serious game-breaking bugs that involve the game going to a black screen and freezing. These include a freeze upon startup caused by corrupted save data, a freeze when players transitioned to the Music Stages menu and an occasional freeze when selecting the Favorites tab.

Two other fixes have been made. One of these corrects an issue where restarting a song before a game over resulted in an All Critical. The other fix is less critical for players, as it’s simply a correction on the original composer of Melodies Errant from Final Fantasy XI.

While this patch is currently exclusive to the PlayStation 4 version of Theatrhythm Final Bar Line, the Switch version is set to release on March 4, 2023.

This is the second update in March 2023. Recently, the Live a Live DLC appeared in the game. Here’s how it sounds:

Theatrhythm Final Bar Line is out now for PS4 and Nintendo Switch.


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