1.0.3 Patch is live

We have released update 1.0.3, our new biggest patch, and only a week since our last one! With 175 bugs fixed and suggestions implemented, we hope you enjoy it! This patch also marks the 50% mark of all bugs and suggestions being corrected and implimented! The following issues and changes are addressed in this update:

Liberty Island:

  • Fixed an ATM being destructible.
  • Fixed a floating camera.
  • Fixed Corporal Collins being killable.
  • Removed the flamethrower thug on easy/normal.
  • Changed a terrorist’s voice to match his conversation voice.
  • Made Gunther somewhat easier to rescue.
  • Moved the coffee mug at the start to Kaplan’s desk.

UNATCO HQ (First visit):

  • Fixed being able to push a couch through a wall.
  • Replaced rusty vent textures with cleaner ones.
  • Increased the collision size of the skillpoint award when going to Carter.
  • Moved some broken path nodes.

Hell’s Kitchen (First visit):

  • Fixed an error that would kill you if you walked in a certain place. (Thanks LewdFandango!)

Underworld Tavern (First visit):

  • Changed Jock to use his unused lines.

NYC Underground (First visit):

  • Removed a redundant datacube.


  • Fixed some floating items.
  • Improved the elevator, making it be usable if entering via the airfield.

UNATCO HQ (Second visit):

  • Fixed being able to push a couch through a wall.
  • Replaced rusty vent textures with cleaner ones.

Battery Park (Second visit):

  • Fixed a broken conversation where you wouldn’t receive what you paid for.

UNATCO HQ (Third visit):

  • Fixed being able to push a couch through a wall.
  • Replaced rusty vent textures with cleaner ones.

NYC MJ12 Lab:

  • Fixed a bad texture and floating datacube.
  • Fixed floating soyfood.
  • Fixed the command center sign using the British English spelling.
  • Fixed the amount of throwing knives you have resetting to the default amount in the armoury.
  • Increased the range of the turret in the armoury.
  • Changed a trooper’s voice to match his conversation voice.

UNATCO HQ (Final visit):

  • Fixed half of the academy being called Scott.
  • Fixed AI pathing, AI can now move in and out of any room.
  • Replaced some rusty vent textures with slightly neater ones.
  • Added flamethrowers on realistic.
  • Added shotgunner on realistic.
  • Added a pistol.
  • Added PS20.
  • Added laser mod.
  • Trapped your office on hard/realistic.
  • Gave the realistic soldiers unique voices.
  • Added bonus above armoury.
  • Replaced the first soldier with a MiB.

MJ12 Hong Kong Helibase:

  • Lowered the mindamage value of the locker containing the key from 10 to 7.

Wan Chai Market:

  • Lowered the collision size of a bot and moved it slightly.
  • Added gas grenade.
  • Added throwing knives.
  • Added WP rockets.
  • Fixed some invisible collision in the street.
  • Fixed some objects not being solid.
  • Fixed some floating decals.
  • Fixed a wire mesh not being solid.

Tonnochi Road:

  • Moved an unused skillpoint bonus from vanilla from under Jock’s apartment where it was unobtainable to inside it.
  • Hid the unreachable crates.
  • Fixed crates being too close to a wall and not spawning contents sometimes.
  • Fixed an indestructible crate being destructible.
  • Fixed floating items.
  • Fixed a wall not being solid.
  • Fixed a mesh not being solid.
  • Made the windows to the augmentation upgrade canister breakable.
  • Improved the elevator to Jock’s.

Hong Kong Canals:

  • Made a paper lantern invincible.
  • Made an area of the water easier to get out.
  • Fixed a floating cigarette machine.
  • Fixed a flickering texture overlap.

Lucky Money:

  • Fixed a bad sign texture.
  • Fixed a woman’s familiar name and unfamiliar name being mixed up.
  • Fixed a commando spawning inside a table.
  • Made a phone invincible.
  • Made a door and keypad unusable.
  • Made the triads behind Max Chen not react to anything.
  • Changed a texture to improve load times.
  • Moved wine out from fridge so it doesn’t clip.
  • Moved wine with a bad hitbox.
  • Improved pathing somewhat.
  • Added another commando on realistic.
  • Removed a potted plant.

Versalife Offices:

  • Fixed the windows making a wooden sound when destroyed.
  • Fixed a newspaper not showing its high quality model.
  • Fixed the vents having solid gaps in them.
  • Added lockpick.
  • Improved pathing slightly.

Versalife R&D (Level 1):

  • Gave new lines to the MJ12 commandos when they’re friendly.

Ship Below Decks:

  • Changed the security consoles from US Navy to Chinese.
  • Gave the dead sailor his missing items.
  • Increased the amount, range, damage, and fire rate of the turrets in the helipad.
  • Added another security console to control the other three.
  • Made the attack helicopter invincible.
  • Made some doors not usable.
  • Made a vent usable.
  • Made the door to the wield point codes breakable.
  • Fixed some vent textures.
  • Fixed a convex window caving in on itself.
  • Stopped the huge fan from “floating”.


  • Made the explosive barrel in the EM generator room not collide with the player.

Paris Catacombs Tunnels:

  • Gave Agent Hela a melee weapon.

Paris Streets:

  • Fixed some trash bags overlapping each other.
  • Increased the size of the level transition to the club to avoid bypassing it.
  • Lowered some floating items in the arms dealer’s apartment.
  • Blocked off an area where the player can get stuck.
  • Raised a book so it isn’t inside an oven.
  • Replaced the blue lasers with red ones, to prevent confusion.

Knight’s Templar Cathedral:

  • Fixed a building having incorrect textures on one side.
  • Fixed another building’s textures.
  • Fixed some misaligned textures in the sewer.
  • Changed the security login for one of the consoles (too long) and added two new ones for it.
  • Added turret above said console.
  • Added crates to get to clip mod.
  • Added clip mod.
  • Improved some pathing.
  • Lowered the move time of the blocked door.
  • Aligned some textures in the cathedral.

Everett’s Home:

  • Fixed the dead mechanic not giving items.
  • Fixed disconnected pathing.
  • Fixed not being able to use weapons when pressing against the aquarium glass.
  • Fixed Atanwe’s subtitles including cut text.
  • Moved Alex’s computer back so the underside cannot be seen.
  • Hid some items at the start.
  • Added some pawns outside the window, keep your enemies close.
  • Made Atanwe invincible.
  • Made the doors at the start unusable.

Vandenberg AFB:

  • Increased the collision size of a skillpoint trigger so it’s more user-friendly.
  • Increased the commandos’ hearing.
  • Increased a guard near the medical area’s hearing and reactions.
  • Added some lockpicks in areas that were barren.
  • Changed some desk textures.
  • Changed the voice of a MJ12 trooper to match his conversation dialogue voice.
  • Changed a soldier’s weapons with a sniper rifle to make more sense regarding his position.
  • Moved both turrets in the lobby area so they don’t clip into the ground and actually shoot.
  • Moved the smaller security bot’s patrol points so that they move closer to the railings, allowing for grenades to be used.
  • Moved a computer back so you can’t see under it.
  • Fixed the gate to the COMM building being usable.
  • Fixed some other textures.
  • Fixed a computer’s icon.
  • Fixed being able to jump through the barriers at Jock.
  • Fixed Tong running away if you take fall damage.
  • Removed an unneeded door.

Vandenberg AFB Computer:

  • Fixed some pathing.
  • Fixed bad textures on the pipes.
  • Fixed overlapping brushes.
  • Made the rails at the top of the level solid.
  • Replaced some textures.
  • Flipped a keyboard texture.

Gas Station:

  • Fixed a crate being in the ground.
  • Fixed a glitchy shadow.
  • Fixed a power line disappearing in mid air.
  • Fixed two floating lamp posts.
  • Somewhat fixed an error that prevents you from picking up some items in the gas station.
  • Blocked the player from jumping out of the map. Sorry for the invisible walls.
  • Added tech goggles.

Sub-base Surface:

  • Gave two MiBs melee weapons.
  • Fixed a LAW being selectable through a locker.
  • Fixed clipping boxes.
  • Fixed some textures.
  • Fixed a floating book and lamp.
  • Fixed an unsolid mesh.
  • Fixed a ladder not having a texture on the back.
  • Fixed a ladder to the fans.
  • Fixed a mover that was disappearing in the wall.
  • Made an infolink not play if you’ve been to the UC.
  • Made the hatch on the new module not have a gap between it and the ground.
  • Added some contents to empty boxes.
  • Changed some fans to damage you if you block them.
  • Changed a control panel that did nothing.
  • Improved AI pathing.

Ocean Lab:

  • Fixed a backwards texture in the greasel pen.
  • Fixed a misaligned ground texture.
  • Fixed a box not having its contents correctly set.
  • Fixed a scientist not having an aug upgrade when he should.
  • Fixed some crates spawning inside a wall.
  • Fixed some ammo being stuck in the ground.
  • Fixed some backwards keyboard textures.
  • Fixed some cabinets not being lit.
  • Fixed a cabinet floating in midair when opened.
  • Fixed a security console not having a username or password.
  • Fixed a security console having its username and password mixed up.
  • Made the computer in the greasel lab able to open the greasel lab and command center doors.
  • Made the door to the greasels pickable, 40% strength.
  • Made the security bot not continously say “Scanning Area”.
  • Made two infolinks not play if you’ve been to the UC.
  • Moved one of the infolinks up so it’s usually triggered.
  • Rotated a texture.
  • Ordered the transgenics in the construction area to wander instead of stand.
  • Added a greasel.
  • Added more pathing.
  • Added a surprise at the end on hard/realistic.
  • Added flares.
  • Added reload mod.
  • Added flamethrower.
  • Added two rebreathers.
  • Added LAM.
  • Added tranquilizer darts.

Area 51 Bunker:

  • Fixed some broken pathing and added more.
  • Fixed a MiB having only one clip of ammo and no melee weapon.
  • Fixed misaligned textures.
  • Replaced blue lasers in the sniper tower with red ones.

Area 51 Sector 2:

  • Fixed MiBs not having melee weapons.
  • Fixed the generator being able to be destroyed manually.
  • Fixed some keyboard textures.
  • Fixed a window not being solid.
  • Fixed a typo in an infolink.
  • Moved an elevator button to look better.
  • Replaced SecurityBot2 with MilitaryBot on realistic.
  • Replaced the elevator troops on realistic.
  • Made the robots say area secure when killing you.
  • Added a block to prevent getting stuck.
  • Added a LAW to destroy it on realistic.
  • Added rockets on realistic.

Area 51 Sector 3:

  • Fixed many carcasses incorrectly having items set to not be collectable.
  • Fixed more MiBs not having melee weapons.
  • Gave a MiB an Elite Assault Rifle instead.
  • Improved pathing.

Area 51 Sector 4:

  • Aligned some textures.
  • Made it so some radioactive barrels deal radiation damage.
  • Fixed a crate being broken by a vent.
  • Fixed floating 30.06 ammo.


  • Increased the damage that doors/windows take from weapons.
  • Commandos now play their usused critical damage sounds when at 25% hp.
  • Gave “new” lines to the MJ12 commandos for when they target you.
  • Animals can now be knocked unconscious.
  • As a side effect, animals can now be stunned.
  • Light objects, including but not limited to, grenades, rats, birds, and light props, no longer trigger lasers.
  • Lowered the weight of gas so it also doesn’t trigger lasers.
  • Tech Goggles now last three times as long.
  • Thermoptic armour now gives a 10%/25% damage reduction bonus at advanced/master level in “Normal” mode.


  • Fixed a texture saying “RESTRICED AREA” instead of “RESTRICTED AREA”.
  • Fixed a bush making a metal sound when walked on.
  • Fixed destroyed cars making a grass sound when walked on.
  • Fixed props taking poison damage, which would have them incorrectly destroyed at times.
  • Fixed lasers staying in the map when transitioning between levels.

Please note:

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.

Got a bug you want fixed? Suggestion you want implemented? Post it here: http://bugs.dx-revision.com/

1.0.2 Patch is live

We have released update 1.0.2, our biggest patch yet! With over 115 bugs fixed and suggestions implemented, we hope you enjoy it! The following issues and changes are addressed in this update:

Battery Park (First visit):

  • Increased the trigger collisions at the ambrosia from 40 to 130.
  • Added three fire extinguishers in crates.
  • Added a control panel to disable the lasers, 30% strength.
  • Added a medkit inside Castle Clinton.
  • Added crates to prevent player from getting stuck.
  • Added some collision in the train windows.
  • Added a crate in the bay for strength aug users to get the biocell and for cover.
  • Added a prod charger to the bay.
  • Removed three of the lasers on easy, so you can destroy them with one rocket.
  • Aligned some textures in Castle Clinton.
  • Moved some vent textures.
  • Fixed some floating zyme.

Hell’s Kitchen (First visit):

  • Readded the augmentation upgrade canister at Osgood and Son’s.
  • Added a new room a skyscraper with rewards inside.
  • Added a missing (unusable) elevator button.
  • Fixed some bad collision.
  • Changed the riot cop AI so they don’t fight you while helping them.
  • Removed the unobtainable items behind the fence near Osgood and Son’s.
  • Increased the size of the map transition to the clinic so it cannot be skipped.

Underworld Tavern (First visit):

  • Aligned the textures of the stone floor.
  • Added some more pathing at Shea’s room.
  • Decreased volume of TV at bar.
  • Increased the strength of Shea’s trunk from 10 min to 20 min.

The ‘Ton Hotel (First visit):

  • Replaced the blue laser in the elevator shaft with a red one to reflect what it triggers.
  • Replaced the LAM in the elevator shaft with a gas grenade.
  • Fixed a typo in a conversation with Mr Renton.
  • Made it so Mr Renton doesn’t set off the alarm for the terrorists.

Smuggler’s Hideout (First visit):

  • Changed the first EMP grenade to not appear on easy.
  • Added a gas grenade on all difficulties.
  • Added a LAM on realistic.
  • Added an EMP grenade on realistic.
  • Swapped the 2nd EMP grenade with a gas grenade.

NSF Warehouse:

  • Changed the warehouse windows to make a glass sound when destroyed instead of a wooden one.
  • Made a window in the new area breakable.
  • Fixed some misaligned textures in the bathroom.
  • Fixed a misaligned texture in the elevator.
  • Fixed 30.06 ammo causing pathing issues.
  • Fixed being able to collide with the invisible TNT.
  • Improved some AI pathing.
  • Removed a graffiti texture.
  • Added a missing texture.
  • Added a multitool in an unexplored area.
  • Added flare darts.
  • Added TNT crate.
  • Added a prod charger.
  • Added contents to cardboard boxes.
  • Added 20mm HE ammo. (Rifle on realistic)
  • Added another sniper on realistic.
  • Added peppergun.
  • Hid credit chit.
  • Hid a lockpick.

The ‘Ton Hotel (All visits):

  • Fixed some wallpaper having a bad texture scale.

Hell’s Kitchen (All visits):

  • Fixed the gap in the window of the shop beside the tavern.
  • Fixed unsolid grating on the balconies.
  • Changed a traffic light from unsolid to solid.
  • Made the stairway in Smuggler’s building more obviously impassable.
  • Added a van to Jimmy’s Car Service.
  • Prevented player from being able to get trapped in a certain room due to high windows.

Lebedev’s 747:

  • Fixed some textures being incorrectly scaled.
  • Added NSF outside the plane to reflect the hangar map.

Hell’s Kitchen (Second visit):

  • Fixed texture alignment on an advertisement.

The ‘Ton Hotel (Second visit):

  • Fixed a book inside Paul’s secret closet that was instantly destroyed when opened.

NSF Headquarters:

  • Fixed some incorrectly aligned textures.
  • Fixed some bad collision in a doorway.
  • Fixed issue with the halon gas not being rendered.
  • Fixed some floating boxes.
  • Fixed balcony flowers that were corrupted.
  • Fixed some floating coronas.
  • Fixed more stuff under the railway.
  • Fixed some brushes having holes in them.
  • Changed sewer access to pickable.
  • Changed sewer warehouse entrance/exit to unpickable.
  • Added some darts to the dart board.
  • Added a skillpoint bonus beside the sniper above the tunnel.
  • Increased the HP of the blackvans so they aren’t so prone to being destroyed.
  • Increased the height of the grass in the flowerbeds above the tunnel.
  • Removed some collision that would interfere with grenades.

Battery Park (Final visit):

  • Fixed the robots not being allied to Gunther.
  • Fixed the UNATCO troops having the wrong name set for Anna’s alliance.
  • Fixed the UNATCO troops not being aligned with Gunther.
  • Fixed being able to jump out of the map, mostly.
  • Fixed some props overlapping each other.
  • Added a lockpick.

Liberty Island (Final visit)

  • Moved Lloyd when playing on realistic.
  • Moved the cameras back so they’re not floating.
  • Moved a box out of bounds containing flare darts in bounds.
  • Moved Kaplan’s computer back so it doesn’t overhang.
  • Added more troops when playing on hard and realistic.
  • Added a fire extinguisher behind the COMvan.
  • Added a multitool besides Lloyd’s desk.
  • Added a biocell on top of the trophy display on easy and normal.
  • Added a recoil mod above the main door.
  • Added a pepper cartridge.
  • Added binoculars.
  • Added 10mm ammo on easy.
  • Added some more lighting at the staircase.
  • Added a robot on realistic.
  • Hid a forty and some cigs.
  • Fixed a bad texture on a fence.
  • Changed the troop in the helipad building’s name to Tech Sergeant Kaplan.
  • Rotated Kaplan’s chair so he looks out at the helipad instead of sitting during the firefight. Also makes it able to sneak up on him.
  • Made the building by the helipad’s main window breakable too.
  • Replaced the assault shotgun in the helipad building with a pistol.
  • Gave the assault shotgun to Kaplan.
  • Gave Lloyd a gas grenade.
  • Rigged that gas grenade to the wall when leaving on UNATCO on realistic.
  • Removed a gas grenade from the helipad building as compensation.
  • Removed some out of bounds objects.

Wan Chai Market:

  • Fixed a box having its contents incorrectly set to never spawn.
  • Fixed traffic lights not being solid.
  • Fixed a ship wheel being usuable through a wall.
  • Fixed a wall mounted LAW falling to the ground.
  • Fixed a window not being breakable.
  • Fixed a door making an explosion and the wrong debris when destroyed.
  • Fixed a carcass having credits incorrectly set to not appear.
  • Fixed a crowbar falling to the ground instead of being hung up.
  • Fixed some objects floating in mid-air instead of being wall mounted.
  • Fixed some crates being destructable when they shouldn’t be.
  • Fixed a crashed car displaying a bugged name if viewed in the targeting aug.
  • Fixed the big dog constantly standing on the small dog in the pet shop.
  • Aligned many, many textures.
  • Readded the keypad to get back to the helipad.
  • Replaced some textures.
  • Made a vent unable to be highlighted to ensure it doesn’t annoy people.
  • Added a window texture to a skyscraper that was missing a small section.
  • Added a prod charger to a balcony.

Versalife R&D (Level 1):

  • Moved a button on the elevator to level 2 so that it is in-line with the others.
  • Fixed a grate that went inside a wall when opened.
  • Fixed an incorrect brush letting you see through the wall.
  • Fixed a misaligned texture in a secret area.
  • Fixed some backwards textures and replaced some others.
  • Fixed the light fixtures having incorrectly aligned textures.
  • Fixed some cardboard boxes that incorrectly had their contents set to never spawn.
  • Fixed a floating nanokey by the dead grey.
  • Fixed some MiBs having the wrong ammo type.
  • Fixed some missing collision on some walkway glass.
  • Changed AI alliances to make sure they don’t kill each others.
  • Changed some AI to be hostile after stealing the ROM encoding.
  • Changed a cabinet containing multitools from 60%/- to 20%/30%.
  • Added blocks in the vents to prevent rats from getting in the way.
  • Added nanokeys to all soldiers which give access to the lockers.
  • Made more floors reflective to stay consistent.
  • Increased sight range and visibility threshold of Greasel in the vents.
  • Stopped a barrel from producing smoke to prevent graphical issues.

Versalife R&D (Level 2):

  • Flipped some textures so they’re at the right orientation.
  • Increased Maggie Chow’s health to 100%.
  • Aligned some more textures on the doors in the tunnel.
  • Increased the height the rod moves to make the blue stuff inside look less terrible after the UC is destroyed.
  • Increased the height of the water you land in when entering via the pipe to fix a shimmering surface issue.
  • Altered a pipe minimally so it connects to another pipe seamlessly.
  • Altered the positioning of the ladders on the pipes under the UC and added a ladder to one of the pipes that didn’t have one.
  • Added more light under the UC to be able to see the ladders more clearly and made them indestructible.
  • Fixed the textures on the UC hatches so they’re scaled properly.
  • Fixed a pipe’s texture scales so it displays correctly.
  • Fixed textures on the nanotech containment door.
  • Lowered water level under UC so you won’t land swimming in it and also to resolve a shimmering surface issue.
  • Made fan destructible above the UC PC.
  • Moved spider-bots backwards so grenades outside won’t be detonated by them until they’re released.
  • Moved the cage light at the end of the level backwards so it is now attached to the wall.
  • Adjusted position of mirror at the start so it’s no longer floating (as badly).
  • Scientist at the computer now reacts to more things, especially sound.

Tracer Tong’s Lab:

  • Fixed the plasma rifle floating.
  • Fixed the wicker basket having the contents incorrectly set and never spawning throwing knives.
  • As each throwing knife gives 15, decreased the wicker basket’s contents from 8 to 1.
  • Rotated the plasma rifle to make it more noticeable and look nicer.
  • Improved the ceiling where Tong/Paul are.
  • Added an email to a computer.

The ‘Ton Hotel (Final visit):

  • Added pathing to the map to help AI function.
  • Changed AI intelligence to be more aware of their surroundings.
  • Fixed a floating lamp.

Hell’s Kitchen (Final visit):

  • Fixed a pathing issue with a robot.
  • Fixed texture alignment on an advertisement.
  • Fixed some brushes in the subway so they can be lit.
  • Added a missing (unusable) elevator button.
  • Removed blocks on the roof that weren’t needed.
  • Increased the size of the map transition to the clinic so it cannot be skipped.
  • Lowered the water level at Osgood and Son’s to prevent swimming when landing.

Hell’s Kitchen Free Clinic (Final Visit):

  • Increased the size of the map transition so it cannot be skipped.

Brooklyn Naval Shipyards (Exterior):

  • Fixed some of the AI pathing.
  • Added an EMP grenade in a cabinet that was locked but empty.
  • Added a mini-crossbow in a drawer that was locked but empty.
  • Added two PS20s to a drawer that was locked but empty.
  • Added a small crate to the building with the repair bot in, to prevent players from getting stuck.
  • Added a water-cooler in the base commander’s building.
  • Added prod charge to draw that was locked but empty.
  • Added a fire extinguisher.
  • Hid a lockpick on the map.
  • Hid two multitools on the map.
  • Hid a reload mod on the map.
  • Moved some cameras so it wasn’t floating.
  • Readded the flamethrowers to the two bots in the armoury.

Brooklyn Naval Shipyards (Interior):

  • Added a sniper rifle on easy and normal.
  • Added a control panel for the lasers.
  • Added monsterblocks to stop the AI going into the water.
  • Added a medical crate.
  • Added flares.
  • Added binoculars.
  • Added gas grenade.
  • Added a turret to the dock.
  • Added a camera and security console for turret.
  • Added a login and password for a security computer that didn’t have one.
  • Added multitool crate.
  • Added water zones in the small buckets of water so items splash/float in them.
  • Replaced the augmentation upgrade crate to be a medical crate instead.
  • Replaced the blue lasers with red ones.
  • Moved pathing to stop the AI going into the water.
  • Moved a patrol to not trigger the red lasers.
  • Fixed a guard having a name incorrectly set.
  • Fixed sailors shooting the guards.
  • Fixed a brush that was too low and appeared to be missing.
  • Fixed two faces that didn’t reflect light in the crane control room.
  • Changed the voice of the new soldiers to be unique.
  • Changed a guard to be a sniper.
  • Renamed some things.
  • Hid a lockpick at the start.
  • Aligned some textures.
  • Lowered the lock strength of a locker.
  • Lowered a crate so it isn’t destroyed from fall damage.
  • Made the goodsroom able to be opened with the new security console.
  • Greatly improved pathing, AI can now move from the dock to the ship.
  • Gave the sailors flares.
  • Gave some of the hard/realistic soldiers additional weapons.
  • Aligned the texture of the destructible floor on the top deck so it blends in seamlessly.
  • Made some chains climbable from one side so you don’t get stuck.
  • Moved the elevator down so it’s the same level as the ground.

Denfert-Rochereau (Rooftops):

  • Changed commando and robot alliances.
  • Made the MJ12 troops on the street react to being attacked.
  • Added some darts and a multitool at the end.
  • Blocked player from jumping over the gate at the end.
  • Renamed some stuff.

La Porte de l’Enfer:

  • Added more visuals to the map.
  • Optimized pathing.

Vandenberg AFB Tunnels:

  • Changed texture of the security bot to Chinese.
  • Added a gas grenade to the dead MJ12 trooper.
  • Added a weapon mod in the radioactive area.
  • Fixed some misaligned textures.
  • Fixed a barrel spawning inside a wall.
  • Fixed the TNT in the radioactive tunnel sometimes exploding on map load.
  • Hid a lockpick and prod at the end.

Pasadena Ocean Lab UC Module:

  • Changed fan health from 200% to 100%.
  • Moved a button on an elevator to have a neater and more logical position.
  • Fixed some textures that were wrongly orientated.

Missile Silo:

  • Fixed the blue lasers by the elevator on the surface not working.
  • Fixed trashbag1 having contents incorrectly set.
  • Fixed the lid of a chest being unlit.
  • Fixed a door that closed if you blocked another door from opening/closing.
  • Added a hackable control panel to disable the blue lasers.
  • Added an ambushing plasma rifle MiB on realistic.
  • Give the MiBs on the map melee weapons.
  • Made the laser emitters slightly smaller to prevent you from seeing the back.
  • Flipped some keyboard textures.
  • Renamed Jock’s helicopter and decreased its collision size.


  • Greasels and karkians no longer eat bodies at 100%hp, they must be damaged to eat them and heal. This way they will store food for when they need it.
  • When you don’t have enough space to pick up an item it will now state the amount of space required. “You don’t have enough room in your inventory to pick up the Flamethrower” becomes “You don’t have enough room in your inventory to pick up the Flamethrower, you require 4×2.”.
  • Robots now play their “Critical Damage” sound when at 25%hp.
  • Changed robots to be unable to open doors.
  • The GEP gun can now have a laser pointer attached.
  • Fixed some grenades spawning on all difficulties when they shouldn’t.
  • EMP grenades can now permanently disable cameras, turrets, alarm panels, and lasers at master skill level.
  • Master level sniper rifles can now destroy laser emitters, an oversight in the code from the original.
  • The duration of alcohol’s effects is reduced with every level of environmental resistance in “Normal” game mode.
  • Flare darts give back normal darts instead of being reusable.
  • Thermoptic camo can now be used to bypass cameras and turrets as well as organics and bots.


  • Fixed the keybinding issue with Mantle/Jump in Biomod.
  • Fixed targeting aug showing pure weapon names instead of neat names. I.e. “WeaponRobotMachineGun” -> “Machine Gun”.
  • Fixed bushes making a metal sound when walked on.
  • Recoil weapon mod and reload weapon mod now show “MOD RECOIL” and “MOD RELOAD” instead of “MOD RECOL” and “MOD RELOD” when picking them up from a carcass.
  • Changed the rate of fire weapon mod (Shifter and Biomod) to use both the laser model in game and in the inventory.
  • Changed Jock’s pistol to say “Found Jock’s Pistol” instead of “Found a Jock’s Pistol”.
  • Updated SecurityBot3’s code to allow it to use the (low quality and previously unused) Chinese skin.
  • Made sure that a weapon’s laser sights are disabled after dying.
  • Pallet jacks are now heavier and no longer buoyant.
  • Empty water coolers no longer make a puddle of water when destroyed.
  • Animals now run away from loud noises, such as gunshots.
  • Added Shifter Texture pack to Biomod and Shifter scenarios.
  • Made WinDrvLite the default window manager on a permanent basis, so people will automatically get the mouse acceleration issue fixed.

Please note:
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.

Got a bug you want fixed? Suggestion you want implemented? Post it here: Revision Bugtracker

MOTY Top 100

Hello all,

ModDB’s Mod of the Year 2015 competition is into its second round, and the ModDB community has put Revision into the top 100! That’s fantastic. It says that the audience feels Revision is good work, and we appreciate that. If you want to vote for Revision in the second round, we think that would be nifty.

Mod of the Year gives the community as a whole the ability to push forward well-made mods and recognize when a project has achieved something distinctive. We’re big fans of the idea that good work should be recognized, promoted, and shown off to the world, and MOTY is a great way of doing that. A well-made mod doesn’t have to mean something huge, ambitious, or unexpected. It just has to have a sense of craftsmanship to it. Massive or minuscule, any well-made piece of work for any game is a showcase for what the modding community can deliver when talented people get together and make something cool.

So go vote for good work!

-Caustic Creative
Mod of the Year Awards

MOTY 2015 Voting

Hello all,

We’re coming to the end of 2015, and MODDB’s MOTY is back again. We think that it’s a pretty neat idea. If you want to give Revision your vote, well, we think that’s a pretty neat idea too.

Modding is kind of a weird pastime. It’s a hobby where people take games they love playing and work to put their stamp on that game in some way, ranging from tiny tweaks to absurd additions to the truly weird and the incredibly ambitious. It doesn’t pay very well, and often doesn’t pay at all. And still, there’s a big community of people doing it, and doing it well, even for games well over a decade old. For all kinds of different games, some mods get so polished or ambitious that they flirt with the line separating amateur from professional. The quality of work that people put out in the modding community can be tremendous, and genuinely excellent work deserves to be recognized. Sites like ModDB, which act as a home for people to discover and watch projects they never knew existed, celebrate this work through events like Mod Of The Year.

That’s pretty nifty. So go vote!

-Caustic Creative
Mod of the Year Awards Patch is live

The patch is now live! The following issues are addressed in this update:

  • Added raw input to address mouse acceleration issues. This is still experimental, you must manually activate it by opening up Revision.ini found in the System folder (Browse Local Files), and then edit the ViewportManager line under [Engine.Engine] to read ViewportManager=WinDrvLite.WindowsClientLite.
    If you encounter new issues relating to input, hangs or crashes try switching back to the old ViewportManager and see if the issues go away (you can comment out lines with semicolon). If they are not present in the old ViewportManager make sure to let us know so we can try and locate the issue with the new one.
  • Fixed the Shifter/Biomod crash that happened after training.
  • Fixed the Shifter/Biomod crash when carrying containers (crates mostly) across maps sometimes.
  • Changed mouse sensitivity slider with range of 0.1-0.9 in increments of 0.1, might be useful for the new raw input.
  • Various localization fixes including fixing the incorrect text in Biomod that the previous patch introduced.
  • Fixed an issue where the laser dot would erroneously appear onscreen after applying a laser sight mod to a weapon that you did not have equipped.
  • Made it harder to get out of the playable area in later instances of Liberty Island, also fixed a small AI pathfinding issue in those levels.
  • Fixed being able to give orders to Miguel in the last instance of Liberty Island.
  • Pallet Jacks now show a selection box.
  • Fixed an issue where the crosshair settings box was 10px too large.

Please note:

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. Patch is live

We’ve pushed our fifth patch (v1.0.1.2) live to all users on Steam! The changelog is below and in order of how the maps appear where applicable:


  • Fixed some localization issues, especially with the settings menu.
  • Fixed a music issue for the Hong Kong opening cutscene.
  • Changed hotkeys during character creation to remove overlapping hotkeys.
  • Fixed a sound issue where trash paper would make a metal sound when destroyed.
  • Added new Revision/Biomod/Shifter weapons to the AllWeapons cheat.
  • Made printers explode when destroyed.
  • Fixed hand-dryers playing their sound after being destroyed.
  • Added names to cacti for targeting augmentation.
  • Changed the sound for walking on cacti.
  • Removed duplicate “Alternate fire” controls when using Biomod or Shifter.
  • Fixed images dropping from dead bodies.
  • Update the game launcher to include experimental Windows 10 settings.
  • Added version string in the log printout. This will be helpful for tracking down reported issues.
  • Fixed an ammo-switching bug with the Assault Rifle introduced in the previous patch.

Gameplay – AI:

  • Changed the AI so it now uses the GEP gun’s locking feature if playing on realistic. Hopefully this will introduce additional challenge for hardcore players.

Gameplay – Maps:

Hell’s Kitchen

  • Increased damage threshold for the doors to Smuggler’s hidden entrance on all Hell’s Kitchen instances.
  • On the second visit to Hell’s Kitchen, the subway keypad is now unusable up until the end of the level to prevent players breaking the game.
  • Swapped tags on Riot Cops in the last visit to Hell’s Kitchen, so UNATCO troopers don’t spawn so obviously.
  • Minor texture fixes.

Brooklyn Naval Shipyards

  • Fixed a rendering and collision error which blocked movement and let the player see through the ground.
  • Added a safe that was erroneously missing.
  • Made a level transition harder to miss between the exterior and interior sections of the location.
  • Increased the minimum damage threshold for the truck doors to 40.
  • Added back the keypad to open a gate to the compound in the dockyard map.
  • Re-added the button on the door near the crane to allow the player to get out if leaving from the ship.
  • Fixed an issue where the security console would not change robot behavior.
  • Fixed a door that was a bit problematic to open.
  • Fixed a collision and visibility issue with a grate.
  • Improved geometry in the sewer areas.
  • Modified some lights you could activate with switches.
  • Minor texture fixes.

Please note:

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. Patch is live

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.

1.0.1 Patch is live

We’ve pushed our third patch (v1.0.1) live to all users on Steam. The changelog is below:

  • Fixed an issue in the Hell’s Kitchen Sewers where a datacube in the water would have a lingering text window.
  • Fixed an issue in the Hell’s Kitchen Sewers where a mechanic would have an incorrect number of lockpicks.
  • Improved AI behavior in the Underworld Tavern; Jordan Shea and Jock will return to their original positions after a fight.
  • Improved performance and lighting on Liberty Island.
  • Changed the boobytraps outside Smuggler’s lair from explosives to EMP.
  • Miscellaneous stability, presentation and interactivity changes in Smuggler’s lair.
  • Miscellaneous small fixes to saved game logic to handle very rare values of available free space.
  • Miscellaneous geometry, texture, stability, AI behavior and gameplay adjustments in Battery Park, including fixing a hole in the subway car.
  • Fixed an issue where players could miss a level transition into the interior of the Brooklyn Naval Shipyards.
  • Miscellaneous AI, Lighting and Geometry fixes in the Brooklyn Naval Shipyards.
  • Miscellaneous gameplay and texture fixes in the Lucky Money mall.
  • Fixed a geometry issue for the Hell’s Kitchen subway car.
  • Made Gunther’s safe non-interactive in UNATCO HQ. We are planning to use the safe to store useful equipment, but there is currently a severe glitch associated with it. Until we can fix this issue, we feel it is best to leave it unmistakably inaccessible.
  • Added datacube with code for UNATCO HQ detention keypads.
  • Reduced hack strength on Alex’s server room.
  • Unlocked the door to Paul’s office for the first time you visit UNATCO HQ.
  • Added Tranquilizer Darts to detention storage for the first time you visit UNATCO HQ. This should help balance out a potential lack of ammunition for players who heavily favor the mini-crossbow in the early game.
  • Removed collision for the contents of Anna Navarre’s office cabinet.
  • Swapped out the old UNATCO logo for the new one in the last visit to UNATCO HQ.
  • Adjusted a type of chair to be flammable in Normal (Human Renovation) gameplay mode.
  • Added support for vanilla music to the Hong Kong Compound area and Hong Kong arrival cinematic.
  • Added a datacube with the code for Alex’s server room door.
  • Added waigie, smirftsch, HawkBird and MoreTriggers contributors to the credits.
  • Forced the game to load the Revision player class to address some potential issues stemming from the use of Kentie’s game launcher with Revision.
  • Added HiDPI UI scaling option. If your resolution is high enough, this will lock the UI to a 2x scale, which may be useful for people using either large displays, or small displays with very high resolutions (such as Retina displays).
  • Updated descriptions for some rendering and audio devices in the Revision game launcher.
  • Added a notice for players when starting Training.

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.

We’ve tracked over 42,000 downloads on Steam since release. Wow. For those of you who are using the standalone installers, we have updated those as well. Both the complete 1.0.1 installer and an upgrade patch are available through our own downloads page and ModDB. Patch is live

We’ve pushed our second patch live to all users on Steam. The changelog is below:
-Removed unhelpful config files so that players see the first-time configuration wizard. This solves an issue where display settings could be incorrectly configured. To see this wizard after the first-time launch, add “-changevideo” to the Steam launch options or game shortcut.
-Fixed a bug where players would be unable to save games on drives with more than 2TB of free space.
-Fixed a bug where the game would not recognize hostages in the Battery Park subway station as being saved.
-Updated default settings for D3D10 for players looking to use that renderer.


I’m amazed to also say that we’ve tracked over 28,000 downloads on Steam so far, which is way beyond anything we could have hoped for. Thank you! We aren’t actively keeping track of downloads for the standalone installers, but I hope everyone who finds themselves playing Revision, whether downloaded directly from Steam or otherwise, enjoys our work.