'The King Of Fighters XIV' New Visual Upgrade: Demo To Be Playable During Sony's 'Playstation Experience'

By Michael Augustin , Updated Nov 29, 2016 07:48 AM EST

Hot in the heels after the latest 1.05 patch for "The King of Fighters XIV." SNK announces another upgrade in the pipeline for the game. The next update, which is labeled version 1.10 aims to further improve the game's visual quality.

According to EventHubs, SNK will provide a demo for "The King of Fighters XIV" during the Sony "Playstation Experience" event on Dec. 3 to 4 at the Anaheim Convention Center. The demo will allow players to witness the reportedly improved visual quality of the game. Their official Twitter page sent out a message inviting fans "to be one of the first people" to experience the update.

One of the top criticisms directed toward the "The King of Fighters XIV" is its graphics. Shoryuken reports that most players compare the game's visuals with last-gen hardware. A lot of fans praised SNK for their determination to improve the game. Moreover, other players felt that the company continues to listen to their customers and fix most of the issues being reported. A graphical comparison of the current version is here and the upgraded version can be seen here.

A previous report from Gamenguide discussed the changes "The King of Fighters XIV" received from the 1.05 update. The latest patch fix focused on tweaking some online connectivity issues and addressed the ranked match point distribution. It also fixed some character balance concerns with Robert Garcia and Athena Asamiya.

"The King of Fighters XIV" is the second game in the entire series to use 3D character models. The first being "The King of Fighters: Maximum Impact" for the PS2. The game supports the same gameplay mechanics unique to its series, but adds a new custom combo system. The matches still retain the three versus three format, which allows players to mix and match their dream team from a total of 50 selectable characters.

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