Killzone: Shadow Fall developer Guerrilla Games has released a new patch for the PS4 shooter, adding southpaw controller mapping and other tweaks into the mix.
It follows our Killzone: Shadow Fall PS4 verdict. Check out what we thought through the link.
Now Guerrilla's 1.05 patch adds the following bug fixes:
- Several UI issues fixed
- Error messages in Multiplayer amended to have better indication of the error
- Edge-case crashes related to friends lists fixed
- Additional integrity fixes for the patching system
CVG adds that the update adds left-handed controller support, but that it only affects the DualShock 4's sticks and not the triggers.
The site also explains that the length of campaign chapter seven has been shortened a little, and a particularly annoying section in chapter eight has had some collision tweaking to avoid repeated death. It's a seriously frustrating section too.
Issuing a caveat, Guerrilla said in a statement, "Patch v1.05 should download and install automatically, but in rare instances where this doesn't happen you may encounter an error message when you try to enter a multiplayer match. If this is the case, please reboot your PS4 to begin the patch installation process. The integrity fix included with patch v1.05 will prevent this error from reoccurring in the future."
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