Owlcat Games are still deploying patches that are polishing the already fantastic Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous and this time around there was a lot of focus on fixing broken companion interactions.
Companions make up a crucial portion of the Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous experience and when something connected to them goes awry, it creates a domino effect that can severely reduce the enjoyment of a playthrough. For Example, Seelah would sometimes not give the player her quest in Chapter 5 if she ended the previous one in a dead state, preventing the continuation of her personal story. This has been fixed in patch 1.1.1i which brought several highlights of the same nature.
Sosiel's quest "A Farewell" can also be finished now, bringing closure to the story of Shelyn's cleric. Meanwhile, Camilla would overstay her welcome in Drezen, even after getting dismissed but this should no longer happen.
If you're into romance with the half-lizard monk, you will get another chance to go for the ride even if you somehow managed to antagonise the otherwise overly-attached Lann. This romance should also progress properly now, instead of failing to receive a letter on the account of the game not working as intended.
In a funny but immersion-breaking turn of events, Nenio would sometimes try to give the Commander her notes even if they didn't survive the finale of the crusade. The patch should help her control that nose-wiggling technique now and this should no longer happen.
While these are some of the highlights, the patch has a pile of other fixes that you can check out on the game's Steam community hub.