The fifth post release patch was released yesterday for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes bugs such as sinking ships flying in the air when sunk and weapon loadouts, but there are some minor convenience changes too. There is no new content.
The fourth post release patch was released on Wednesday for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes bugs such as various UI issues but “the first legendary ship customisations” for Pirate Legends have been added.
The third post release patch was released on Wednesday for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes some bugs such as the problem with having two weapons, but the main change is adding a message on the Ferry of the Damned instructing players how to scuttle their ships. There is no new content been added to the game so far.
The second post release patch is now available for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes some bugs but it also changes how ship respawning works. There is no new content been added to the game so far.
The first post release patch is now available for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes problems people have been suffering from such as missing items, character details, and lag. The developers have also decided not to implement any “Death Cost” features. Which means you won’t be punished for players or environment related deaths. There is also no new content been added to the game so far.
Video game publishers 505 Games and developers Overkill Software have released their latest update for Payday 2. This time the update is called the “First Person Animations Update” and they have gone back to improve some of the animations you see in first person view. They have changed how guns reload, shout animations, and added transparent magazines for certain guns and more. They have also made various bug fixes too.
Failbetter Games have updated Sunless Sea recently with bug fixes and a few new additions. The main being the ability to summon zee-beast by using different collections of items. Sunless Sea is also currently on sale on the Humble Store for 20% off.
Happy Halloween! It’s been a busy week in gaming with the usual Halloween themed sales and updates happening recently to most games. There is also plenty of Halloween related gaming events to take part in and a few interesting games have been released plus much more.
Video game publishers Paradox Interactive and developers Paradox Development Studios have released their latest DLC for Crusader Kings II. The eight major DLC expansion for the game is called Charlemagne and adds 100 years to the start of the game (769 AD) and focuses on the rise of Charlemagne and The Holy Roman Empire. The patch 2.2.0 patch includes many new things such as tribal holdings, a new tutorial, new laws, cultures and religions. There is also three cosmetic DLC and an e-book called The Song of Roland which is a good companion to Charlemagne.
Nintendo’s latest system update for the Nintendo 3DS adds themes to allow users to customise the design and sounds of their HOME Menu. The update includes five free themes with additional themes available for purchase from the new Theme Shop which can be changed via the HOME Menu settings.