The update will take care of a number of issues with the game's art style, which was heavily criticized after launch.
XIII Remake was released in November 2020 and suffered a lot of criticism for the chosen art style. After Microids and PlayMagic offer “the most sincere apologies” for what happened just days after the premiere, finally, a fix is on the way. A detailed Steam patch with improvements will arrive on September 13th.

Comments about the game's performance and visuals not being true to the PS2 original had an effect. Microids handed over the title to French studio Tower Five, which retouched the work, bringing improvements to opponent AI, changes to menus, revamped sound quality and 60 FPS on PS5.

Along with these changes, an online mode for up to 13 people will also be part of the update. This feature was promised shortly after the game's release and, finally, the companies tried to talk about the functionality.

It is worth remembering, XIII Remake will run at 60 FPS on PS5, but will continue to run via backwards compatibility — its native version is on PS4. Now, we can only wait to find out how this update will impact gameplay.

More about XIII Remake:

XIII was released in 2003 for PS2, Xbox and Gamecube. In the narrative, players play as XIII, a man with no identity who finds himself in the middle of a political conflict after the death of Sheridan, the US president.

His mission, after waking up without remembering much, is to find out if he played an important role in the murder and unravel a haunting conspiracy.
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