Return update released, revealed patch notes

devolution The developer Housemarque has launched a new update for the popular PlayStation 5. The one that players try to climb as high as they can be defeated. Due to the equilibrium adjustment of the difficulty of the Sisyphus Tower, the classification tables have also been restarted.

You can consult the complete notes of the patch for devolution patch 3.03, directly from the fountain:

The return update 3.03 will balance the difficulty in the Sisyphus tower. As a result of the update, the classification tables will be restored.

Error correction:

Sisyphus Tower: Audio Log 94 was added to an additional location in the tower


Sisyphus Tower: A rare problem was solved in which algos could refuse to die or die too soon in the tower

Sisyphus Tower: Increased travel speed of the classification table

Cooperative: Several problems were solved by which a client or host could find a black screen or hang when moving between biomes during the cooperative game.

Cooperative: Several minor errors were corrected in the game.

Cooperative: Two rare failures were corrected in cooperative mode

As noted above, devolution Patch 3.03 is now available. In general, devolution is currently available for PlayStation 5. Tanner Domon de gave the title a 4.5 of 5 in his review. “Devolution It is possible that you do not exceed other more anticipated titles for the game honors of the year at the end of the year, but in no way will be forgotten as the next generation hardware potential is explored,” says the review in part. It is a pity that the game is not available in PlayStation 4 or even on other platforms so that more players can experience it, but if that commitment means that we have more games such as devolution that is a convincing argument ». You can consult all our previous coverage of devolution right here.

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