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Sekiro 1.02 Update Patch Notes | What’s new?

From Software’s hotly-anticipated Sekiro Shadows Die Twice is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Despite only being out for a day now, however, the game has already received its second update. Read on for the full Sekiro 1.02 update patch notes. If you want to know what the Sekiro Shadows Die Twice 1.02 update has changed, added, or removed, read on for all the details.

Sekiro 1.02 Update Patch Notes | What’s new?

Sekiro 1.02 update

Although the 1.02 update for Sekiro is already its second patch, it is a relatively minor one. Little to nothing has changed thanks to the update. There is no new content, no great alterations, or any real changes. Instead, what we have is another update that focuses on behind-the-scenes changes.

The Sekiro 1.02 update is your run-of-the-mill game balance and bug fixes patch. Unfortunately, neither From Software nor Activision has gone too deep on the patch notes. Ultimately, however, any update or patch should hopefully make a game better post-launch. No matter how small or insignificant they may seem at first.

Sekiro 1.02 Update Patch Notes

Sekiro 1.02 update

As is stated above, the Sekiro Shadows Die Twice 1.02 update is a small one. Unfortunately, this means that its patch notes are few in number. We can’t stress enough, though, that no matter how small the patch may seem, the results of which could alter a game in many ways you might not notice, but do act as improvements in one way or another.

The full Sekiro 1.02 update patch notes are as follows:

  • Made improvements to game balance
  • Made a number of bug fixes

That’s it. Just the two patch notes to work with here, which is to be expected given the update arrived before launch day. Despite this, adjustments to the game balance could affect how easy or difficult any fight might be, or alter the amount of health you revive, or anything else. Bug fixes are always appreciated, too. No one likes a buggy game, no matter how good its gameplay might be.