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Greedfall gets its first major update

My fellow Enthusiast, Allen Mowers, has been having a ball with Greedfall. While we may mock him for his addiction to creating the perfect pauldron, he has encouraged us to play the game. You can check out his impressions on the first couple of hours of Greedfall here and his obsession with fashion in the game here. Anyway, the game has been in the wild for a while now and it is now getting its first major update. The patch is live now on PC and should be on consoles very soon. The announcement was made via the game’s official Twitter account. You can check the Tweet out here –

This update seems to fix some more significant issues as well as offering some nice quality of life improvements. You can check out the patch notes below –

Patch 1 Change log

The size of subtitles can now be changed.
Camera bobbing rectified: players will have more control over the camera.
Invert X-Axis option added.

Quest fixes
Several quests have been fixed, among them…
The quest « The Prince’s Secret », unlocks as intended.
Trials of Water can now be continued as intended (this issue was based on “The Prince’s Secret” not unlocking properly).
Vasco’s first personal quest now works properly.
The Seeds will unlock the sanctuary during the main quest.
The black box can now be properly opened after following Ruben.

The Chinese, Portuguese, Polish, and Russian localizations have been improved thanks to players’ feedback.
Both French and English localizations have received several corrections.

The mage skill “Ranged Shadow Impact” has been modified.
Some aggro areas have been improved.

Keyboard binding issue is now debugged: most key bindings should be working properly from now on.
The trophy ‘Curiosity Cabinet” is now fixed.
Some crashes have been dealt with.

A musical fade-out was added in an important death cutscene.

The camera has been moved to offer a better view of the scene during some quest dialogues.

Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at Xbox Enthusiast as well as a contributor for Nintendo Enthusiast and PlayStation Enthusiast. Steve is a musician and gamer who loves sharing his passion for each. You will normally find him at the front of the grid in racing games or on the other end of the kill cam when you've just been killed in a first-person shooter.

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