Samurai Maiden Releases New Update; Bug Fixes, Quality Of Life Improvements and More

D3Publisher has just released a new patch for their Samurai Maiden sword-fighting action game. According to their post on X (formerly Twitter), the update addresses some minor bugs, but also applies some changes to the game experience.

In specific, players will no longer take damage when being hit by bombs, or if they end up falling. Furthermore, the movement speed and skill timing of the protagonist, Tsumugi, was also improved. This patch applies to both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions of the game.

In Samurai Maiden, a young woman from the 21st century with sharp swordsmanship skills finds herself in Honnō-ji during the Sengoku period! Together with a trio of newfound ninja friends, she races through the Underworld beneath Honnō-ji, confronted by enraged corpses at every turn.

Players must day the Demon Lord of the Sengoku period and forge everlasting bonds witht their ninja friends.