Crash Commando getting PSN patch, rumble support

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 6 October 2009 19:43 GMT

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Crash Commando’s getting a patch update this week on PSN to fix a few issues, implement DUALSHOCK 3 support, and the addition of rumble.

Here’s the list of fixes, courtesy of the US PS Blog:

  • Sound fix for issues where various sounds are not being played at all
  • Unlock Heist Map Pack fix
  • Now unlocks the Heist Map Pack properly when purchasing it within the game’s online store
  • Heist cash bag fix
  • Corrected detection of when players and other players bots are removed from the game taking the cash bag with them
  • DUALSHOCK 3 Vibration support
  • Added rumble for player weapons, near player explosions, player vehicle weapons, player vehicle collision impacts, weapon impacts on the player etc.
  • To avoid any new text issues the game only acknowledges the on/off setting of vibrations the player can set in the system’s controller settings

This will probably go live on Thurday, but don’t quote us on that.

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