We’ve pushed our fourth patch (v1.0.1.1) live to all users on Steam. The changelog is below:

  • Added weather effects toggle in Game Options. This setting may be useful for improving performance.
  • Future-proofed the Ogg music system.
  • Fixed a bug where explosive barrels would explode after a small amount of load/save cycles.
  • Added fish names for the targeting augmentation to display.
  • Added a scope to the LAW to reflect the model.
  • Miscellaneous changes to support disposable weapons with scopes, including making sure that the LAW doesn’t get an accuracy penalty when not using the scope.
  • Altered furniture to be flammable for Biomod and Shifter.
  • Made a type of chair flammable in Human Renovation (Normal gameplay style).
  • Made plants flammable.
  • Lowered the low ammo water mark for 20mm HE ammo compared to regular ammo for the assault rifle so it reflects the ammo’s rarity and the amount you can carry.
  • Changed credits so the ‘Special Thanks’ section has better formatting and looks neater.
  • Adjusted behavior for a type of NPC, so that in a firefight they will stand their ground for longer than before.
  • Fixed a slight health issue with a type of NPC.
  • Fixed a lot of improperly aligned textures in the Hell’s Kitchen Sewers.
  • Fixed some issues with fog in the Hell’s Kitchen Sewers, along with a few other small changes.
  • Moved an alarm panel in the detention area so that NPCs can use it in UNATCO HQ.
  • Made it impossible to steal from Anna’s cabinet in UNATCO HQ.
  • Fixed an issue where Simons could get stuck on a door in the detention area, along with getting trapped inside the interrogation room in UNATCO HQ.
  • Fixed a rare issue where the player could get trapped inside Alex’s closet in UNATCO HQ.
  • Made sure that Shannon doesn’t appear in later visits to UNATCO HQ if she has been killed.

As a general reminder, when game content is updated in a patch, it cannot affect locations you have already visited in a saved game. This is because the saved game was created based on the older version of the game, and acts as a snapshot of that older version. Once you load a saved game and travel to a new location in the game world, you will begin to encounter the updated content.

Björn Ehrby
Björn Ehrby
Producer at Caustic Creative
Björn joined the project in 2008, bringing everything and everyone together. Over the years, his contributions have ensured that our team has produced good work, and that our efforts have been bug-free as we can manage. He hails from Sweden.