Krater to be patched with online co-op this month

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 3 October 2012 02:57 GMT

Krater, Fatshark’s crafting-obsessed post-apocalyptic action RPG, will benefit from a hefty patch later this month.

The patch is due on October 23 according to Shack News, and brings a number of fixes and additions.

Perhaps the most notable change is the incorporation of online co-op, something players of the dungeon crawler have been asking for since launch.

It’s nice to see Krater continuing to feel its developers love even as Fatshark celebrates the launch of War of the Roses this week; Krater showed a lot of potential but failed to meet expectations on release.

“The game experience from day one to now is very different. We have listened to the player feedback. There is a lot things adjusted and added to the game,” producer Robert Bäckström said.

“If you played the game at release, and play it on October 23, you will get a whole new experience.”

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