Kena Bridge Of Spirits Adds Adorable Halloween Hats In New Update

Kena: Bridge Of Spirits Adds Adorable Halloween Hats In New Update

Ember Lab has added numerous updates to Kena: Bridge of Spirits – but we want to find those cute Halloween hats!

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The developers of Kena: Bridge of Spirits recently revealed the game has sold enough copies to recoup the money spent making it, which means it’s doing not too bad on the market. There are certainly enough players out there that the developer, Ember Lab, are continually supporting their game with new updates. The latest patch should be a welcome one for Kena fans.

Ember Lab has released ptach 1.11 that includes improvements to Kena: Bridge of Spirit’s photo mode, auto-save, the world map, and numerous bug fixes.

The update also includes three extremely cute Halloween hats that have been hidden in the game. But you have to be quick to find them as the hats will not be around for long, disappearing after November 1st.

The patch adds support for more auto-save slots, which have been increased to five. Photo mode sees a few improvements with extra features such as added roll functionality as well as increases in overall quality and resolution of images that are captured with photo mode.

The world map will have the added ability to display collected items and adds Meditation Spot tracking per region.

In addition to the PS4 and PS5 Kena: Bridge of Spirits is available on PC through the Epic Games Store, and these PC players can get improved ultrawide support for those enjoying the ultrawide-screen life.

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If you want to collect those hats and want a guide a few commentators posted YouTube links following the announcement of the patch through Kena’s official Twitter account. You can find the post here. The full notes for patch 1.11 can be found here.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Kena’s developers Ember Lab revealed they’re working on a new title. Details were scant but the brothers behind the studio said they were fairly sure it would be a narrative-driven game similar to Kena. We wouldn’t put it past them that a sequel to Kena would be top, or near the top, of their minds.

TheGamer considered Kena: Bridge of Spirits to be derivative of many other titles, in terms of gameplay, but still gave it 4/5, with our editor-in-chief calling it “so damn lovable”.

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