Square Enix published the patch 1.04 from Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin which improves the graphics and game performance. It also fixes some aspects of the gameplay, adding a battle simulator that allows you to try out different jobs and weapons.
The graphics of Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin have always been a point against it. Many have not forgiven Team Ninja such sloppy work, endorsed by Square Enix. With patch 1.04, however, it becomes possible to apply anti-aliasing, especially on consoles, making the title visually better, even if only slightly.
If you want more information about the game, read our Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin review, in which we wrote:
Stranger of Paradise alternates rather good elements with others less successful, offers an original experience for the public of Final Fantasy fans but fails to leave its mark to the point of hoping for a sequel. Undoubtedly, we could have expected more from the union between the Square Enix series and the team behind Nioh, but we remain at the door anyway, curious to find out if the Japanese publisher will want to carry out this type of experiments. With the hope that the resources put into play and the time dedicated to them can bring to light products capable of conquering in all their parts.