Returnal Patch 1.3.6 Fixes ‘Uncommon’ Crashes and Therapeutic Conduct
Housemarque has deployed Returnal patch 1.3.6 at this time, which fixes “uncommon” crashes, therapeutic points, downside with preorder fits, and extra.
Patch notes are as follows:
- A number of stability fixes addressing uncommon crashes.
- Fastened concern with pre-order fits often blocking objects and doorways.
- Fastened incorrect therapeutic behaviour.
- Fastened points with customized controller mappings.
- Quite a few minor fixes.
- Fastened concern with corrupted save sport.
Housemarque additionally reminded gamers to show off auto-update to maintain their lively runs.
The aforementioned fixes had been initially included in patch 1.3.3 however rolled again in patch 1.3.4 after the previous corrupted saves. Whereas the final patch got here with some reduction for these whose saves had been corrupted, it took away a number of the welcome fixes launched by patch 1.3.3. In the present day’s patch reinstates these modifications.
As a reminder, should you skilled a corrupted save after patch 1.3.3, Housemarque has the next recommendation for you:
Some sport saves can have turn out to be corrupted with Patch 1.3.3, however maintained their file dimension. Gamers with these save video games are capable of safely proceed their progress after putting in Patch 1.3.4, with out the necessity for utilizing a backed up save sport.
Sadly different save video games can have been successfully “deleted” by Patch 1.3.3, with their file dimension decreasing to 0KB. These save video games will not be instantly salvageable by Patch 1.3.4, and not using a backup save sport out there.
In these circumstances, please attempt utilizing a backed up save from PS+ if out there, after putting in Patch 1.3.4. With an intact save sport from PS+, gamers can safely restore and proceed taking part in with Patch 1.3.4 put in.
Relying on the console settings, the cloud save could have been overwritten by the “deleted” save sport famous above. If so, progress will stay unsalvageable, even with Patch 1.3.4.