After an earlier warning to the developer.
Oddworld: Soulstorm, which was launched yesterday on PC, PS4 and PS5 via PlayStation Plus, has been updated to version 1.05 today.
This update fixes several cases where Abe with flavors could rarely become soft-locked – something Eurogamer was warned about earlier in the week.
Review copies of Oddworld Inhabitants are accompanied by a rare note asking recipients to warn players of several bugs in the game that are still under investigation.
Another issue – a bug crash on PS4 and PS4 Pro consoles – is also now considered fixed.
“We’re sure many of you will also see our statement about a potential bug crash in the PS4 version, which we made before the release,” a game spokesman said today.
“We’re thrilled to be able to report that we haven’t seen a single case of this happening since the launch, and we haven’t been able to replicate it ourselves.”
Other tweaks in Update 1.05 fix PS5 scoreboards and change the sound at the level of in-game train hijacking.
The next patch, 1.06, will be launched in the next few days to sort out problems with Sligs and mine time shifting.
“We haven’t come across any mistakes ourselves yet while working on our Oddworld: Soulstorm magazine, although needless to say it will come a little later than today’s release date,” Martin mentioned earlier.