Saber Interactive took to the official Evil Dead: The Game forum to announce a new patch (1.05) for the new asymmetric title. Check out the official notes below:
Stability / Quality of life
Implemented various fixes to combat cheaters such as speed hacks, health regeneration, fake nicknames, and character model change. A bigger anti-cheat update will also be coming soon in another update.
Addressed an exploit where players could cancel animations to perform actions faster than intended
Improved server stability
Various bug fixes and improvements
Fixed a crash after closing the pause menu on the “Find a way out of the pit” objective in Mission 5
Fixed an entry loss bug when a possessed unit dies
Cheryl’s Healing Attribute Balancing Update
Evil Dead 1 Ash healing attribute balancing update
Adjusted Amanda Weapons Master Values: Pistol Skill
Fixed an issue causing entry to be lost when survivors are possessed by a demon, exit vehicles, or attempt to pick up full stacks of items
Fixed an issue that caused a Survivor to be immortal on death or when using a healing item in the Storm
Fixed an issue where Survivors could deal 1 million damage to Demons and Undead
Fixed Playstation 4 trophies not syncing
The new patch seeks to generally fix the overall gameplay experience with fixes for multiplayer bugs between Survivors and Demon. Not only adding gameplay fixes, but players were reporting an issue with trophies not appearing on the PS4, and Saber Interactive revealed that they have taken care of the incident. The game has only been out for a week and things are generally going well for the multiplayer title. With Saber Interactive constantly releasing hotline patches for the game, the future looks bright for Evil Dead: The Game. Sales have been promising so far, and if you’re just having fun, here’s a nifty PlayStation Blog guide to get you started.
Evil Dead: The Game is a horror survival title, where a group of survivors will be tasked with surviving the evil forces of The Kandarian Demon. Players can join the fight as heroes or villains in epic iterations of settings pulled straight from the source material. The launch trailer does a great job of encapsulating the comedy-horror feel the game brings. Watch it right here.
Evil Dead: The Game is available now on PC, Xbox One, Xbox S/X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch. Are you planning to get into the game this weekend? Let us know in the comments below!