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Post by Dan @ 03:08pm 17/11/09 | 13 Comments
Gearbox have addressed several of the game's niggling issues in the first patch update for Borderlands, their recently released first person action role player. Here's the changelog:
- Characters that have lost skill points will have the lost points refunded
- Clients will no longer lose proficiency progress upon leaving a co-op game
- Item cards now display the intended five lines of detail text
- Lilith's Phase strike and melee attacks from Phase Walk now function as intended
- Voicechat: users can now control volume and individually mute players
- Fixed a bug that sometimes caused CL4P-TP to stop progressing during the introduction
- Server browser population times have been improved
- Server information should now always display the correct plot mission
- Benchmarking feature now works as intended
- Nvidia 3D Vision visuals now render shadows correctly (requires minimum 195.28 drivers, available from nVidia
You can now download the v1.01 patch right here from AusGamers. Those who purchased the game through a digital distributor like Steam of Direct to Drive will want to use the auto-updater in their distribution client. More details on the state of the game can be found over on the official website.



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TiT
Posted 03:14pm 17/11/09
Yeh i bought this game but havent really got into it... got pretty bored pretty fast
CSIRAC
Posted 03:19pm 17/11/09
200meg patch to fix such few things.. interesting.
FraktuRe
Posted 03:22pm 17/11/09
A friend of mine tried to find this on steam, but it wasn't there, Yet I have other friends who have been playing it on steam for since release, what's that about?
CSIRAC
Posted 03:29pm 17/11/09
Your friend who cant find the game on steam is retarded?
Khel
Posted 03:32pm 17/11/09
Its definitely on Steam, its even in their rotating banner thing on the front page of Steam. Maybe your friend just sucks at Steam?

Also, this is a bit of a disappointing patch, was hoping they'd fix more :( A bunch of us were playing this, but we've kind of stopped because some of us played a bit of single player and our characters are all different levels now and at different points in the story, and it really doesn't like it in multiplayer if people are at different parts of the story. Bit of a shame really, cos its infinitely more fun playing multiplayer than it is playing by yourself, but they make it so hard to actually play multiplayer.

last edited by Khel at 15:32:53 17/Nov/09
Plasma
Posted 03:34pm 17/11/09
It use to be on Steam but its missing now (region restricted) for some reason.
darkjedi
Posted 03:34pm 17/11/09
Update's on Steam too.

I'd also be curious to know what the file size is from, as some of the fixes above are going to be no more than changes to the config files (which are just plain text).. Still, all good to see we got the update.
Khel
Posted 03:39pm 17/11/09
It use to be on Steam but its missing now (region restricted) for some reason.


Hey yeah, it is too, how bizarre. Its still in the rotating banner on the front page for me, but yeah, when I actually click it, it tells me I can't get it from my region. Which is odd, since I already got it in my region a few weeks ago.
gamer
Posted 03:45pm 17/11/09
I brought this game but havent played it past the first few minutes... would be nice at a lan... i really dont see myself playing it at all unless at a lan...

Yapa
Posted 07:47pm 17/11/09
The game is NOT hard to play multiplayer at all.... you just have to use your brain?

Basically make a character for your COOP game that you use ONLY with your friends to play the campaign.

THEN if you want to play alone in SP... make a new character (same class or different, your choice) and play using that character.... easy isnt it?

You can have up to 20 different characters all at different levels and progress in the game.... I have for example 3 characters:

1) for my 3player coop game
2) for my 2player coop game
3) for my 1player singleplayer game....
Tremble
Posted 08:11pm 17/11/09
I just have the one character, and have a couple of class mods that I switch out depending on how many players/what characters they are. It is also pretty cheap to re-spec your character at any New-U station.
Khel
Posted 08:16pm 17/11/09
I don't want to keep starting new characters and playing through the same stuff I've already done, over and over again though. And I wasn't just talking about the retarded logic they employ once you've made it into a game with your friends, I was also talking about the process of actually getting a game going with your friends, its like pulling teeth.
Mitch
Posted 09:32pm 17/11/09
gameranger is the best for organizing games with friends. Don't have to port forward, Just make a room and start
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