Chrono Trigger's final major Steam update includes an Extras section and button mapping

Square Enix has updated the Steam version of Chrono Trigger with a final major update which includes the ability to map keyboard and controller buttons, as well as an extras section where you can view movies, illustrations, music, and an ending log.

We’ve been chronicling Chrono Trigger’s updates in video form. You can compare how the game has changed over time below.

Here are the full patch notes from the Chrono Trigger page on Steam:

• Key binding function implemented
— Key binding functionality for game pad, keyboard and mouse controls has been implemented to improve the game controls.
— When using a game pad, you can now change some of the button settings from the game menu or title menu by going to settings -> controller settings -> game pad settings.
— When using a keyboard, you can now change the various key settings from the game menu or title menu by going to settings -> controller settings -> keyboard settings.
— When using a mouse, you can now click the right mouse button to cancel. You can confirm using a left click, and move characters and cursors by dragging the mouse. Changes to the mouse settings in the operating system will also be reflected in-game.

• An extras section has been added!
— This has been added to the title menu. After completing the game, the following sections will be unlocked:
— Movies – View all movie scenes from the game
— Illustrations – View various illustrations from CHRONO TRIGGER
— Sound – Listen to the BGM from the game
— Endings – Can view any endings that have been unlocked
*Only endings that have been unlocked/viewed already will be viewable in the “Endings” option. All other content is unlocked at once.
*Please be aware that the game completion status prior to the update being applied will not be reflected. In order to unlock the extras and endings, you will need to view the game ending again after the latest update has been installed.

• Adjustments to various features
— The item selection window has been changed to adapt its size to the actual number of items in the player’s possession. Due to this, it is now no longer possible to leave gaps between items in the list.
— Movement settings have been re-implemented on the config. Screen. When set to “dash” the default movement speed will be running, and holding down the cancel button while moving will make characters walk. The “walk” setting is the opposite configuration.
— A confirmation dialogue is now shown when selecting “return to default” from the config screen.
— It is now possible to use direct keyboard input when entering names.
— A confirmation dialogue is now displayed when confirming entered names. If characters unable to be displayed in-game are used when entering a name, this can be checked when the dialogue is shown.
— The Simplified Chinese font used has been changed from the devices standard font, to one that better fits the aesthetic of the game.

• Bug fixes
— Issues where the game would sometimes not boot correctly on PCs with specific graphics cards installed has been fixed.
— Issues where some graphics and effects would not display correctly at specific screen sizes has been fixed.
Several minor bugs have been fixed.

Patch Update #5 — August 3

Patch Update #4 — June 27

Patch Update #3 — June 6

Patch Update #2 — May 16

Patch Update #1 — April 10

Launch Version — February 27

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Tony Garsow Tony joined Nova Crystallis in 2015, and has spent more than a decade writing in the Final Fantasy community. He also contributes to the Nova Crystallis Twitch and YouTube channels, where you can watch select gameplay highlights, previews, and streams.