New VALEIM update live Patch notes revealed
The Iron Gate Studio developer has launched a new patch for the popular video game for PC Latham that, among other things, updates the engine version of the title. There are also several errors that have been solved and several improvements, but Unity s update should correct several randomized blockades related to route search according to the developer.
In total, this update, patch 0.204.4, is a bit smaller, but anyway it seems to be the complete modus operandi of the developer with small updates that connect to several corrections and updates instead of large and thick upgrades all The time. This marks the first patch since early October for the title, and seems fair to assume that the next will be in December.
You can check the full patch notes for Latham patch 0.204.4, directly from the developer, below:
Fixed scroll of Jack-O-turnip cover
Spiritual damage is no longer affected by moisture.
HP repair in mobs and bosses (previously regenerated HP faster than expected)
Solution of tar wells appearance (in some extreme cases, they were generated on the edge between two biomes)
Updated Unity engine (corrects some random locks related to route search)
Performance of optimized comfort calculation
Hydrogel bases show the status effect on tool information
The location was updated, the overlaps of the compilation menu was corrected and missing location chains were added
Some locations in the Black Forest now have discovery music (although you still need some work)
The spawning disorder was removed in Mist lands (now it is… very empty)
This is how it describes the developer Iron Gate Studio Latham, if somehow is not familiar:
A warrior killed in battle, the Valkyries have transported your soul to Latham, the tenth Nordic world. Besieged by creatures of chaos and ancient enemies of the gods, you are the newest custodian of the primordial purgatory, with the task of killing the ancient rivals of Odin and putting order in Latham.
Latham is currently available at Early Access on PC through Steam for $19.99. According to the developer, it is expected to stay at Early Access for about a year in total at least. You can check all our previous coverage of the popular video game for PC Viking here.
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