Did you read the patch notes?What about the massive frame rate lag? Duplicating enemies? Invisible/intangible enemies? Minimap not saving world exploration in multiplayer? Sources of damage dealing damage twice? Corrupted character select screen leading to corrupted worlds forcing you to close the game and reload it?
Are these all fixed as well?
If it’s not listed, it wasn’t fixed. Like the broken zoom UI. Glad for anybody who had any of these bugs and looking forward to trying out the next patch sometime this summer lol..What about the massive frame rate lag? Duplicating enemies? Invisible/intangible enemies? Minimap not saving world exploration in multiplayer? Sources of damage dealing damage twice? Corrupted character select screen leading to corrupted worlds forcing you to close the game and reload it?
Are these all fixed as well?
They aren’t putting in any platform specific, or console specific elements, no matter how much sense they made or how many people want them.Great amount of problems fixed (especially the blinking text), and it's great to know that a transparency fix is finally coming up (I won't lie, I think it still should have been included with this update). I really, REALLY hope there will be a UI scaling option for those of us with large TVs (mine's 55") who sit a normal distance from them. Also, the lag issues in menus & moving are horrible (if they've been fixed, than I missed them in the update list).
3 things really should be reinstated to the PS4 version:
1 -- The PS4 touchpad zoom option, as it's now such a pain having to interrupt the game by going into a menu to do it. There will never be PS/XB cross-play, so it's not like we'd have an unfair advantage.
2 -- Being able to move diagonally when looking at the map like we could before the 3.13 update. I can't see any point of removing that.
3 -- The option to save without exiting. Saying "just wait for the next autosave" doesn't cut it.
Yes I did, however, patch notes are not always 100% clear of what it means when it fixes something.Did you read the patch notes?
But I am unsure if this actually fixes the minimap issue. When you spend 8 hours exploring tour buddies map and then log in the next day and it's like you never did anything at all... Describing it as "missing elements" doesn't really make it clear. This is assuming that the bug was fixed at all, and wasn't something else.
- Fixed a bug where elements in the mini-map would be missing for other players in a multiplayer session.
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Especially when you factor in that not *all* changes make it into patch notes. No company ever includes 100% of all changes, or even fixes. Sometimes things get left out.
A fix was in, at least for the zoom UI issue - but it unfortunately broke a solid handful of other things. So it had to be pulled back for now. The overwrite bug is just so nasty and impactful that it couldn’t wait any longer.Great amount of problems fixed (especially the blinking text), and it's great to know that a transparency fix is finally coming up (I won't lie, I think it still should have been included with this update).
The old console UI is not coming back. The devs have been very clear about that. The best you can do is provide feedback about what is a problem or limitation in the current UI so those issues can be addressed. With feedback they should be able to get the current UI working better for controllers.To be honest. It would be great if we had some old features back. The UI for one. Allow us to choose what UI to use. Either the old one or new one. Cause the old crafting UI was much better. Also reason for this is that. I've said it once and will keep saying it. I paid for the console version to play the console version. If I wanted the pc version. I would play it on pc. :/
The minimap will show local monsters if you have a certain item in your inventory. The diagonal map scrolling will probably need a future patch.The map no longer shows where mobs are. Which is kinda disappointing. Also you can't go diagonal on the map anymore either.
It should have already.Will this patch fix the invisible weapons?
Actually my friend and I experienced that same problem on both of our TVs.This may seem surprising, but I haven't encountered any bugs. The only problem I've encountered is having the edges of the screen not be visible, which was a problem with my TV. Still glad we're getting this all fixed.