Update 1.6.2 has arrived for Hunt: Showdown, and here’s the full list of changes and fixes added with this patch.
After releasing this patch to the test servers last week, developer Crytek has now officially released update 1.6.2 to more people. As of right now, this patch is only available for the PC version of the game. Consoles will get a similar patch several weeks later.
This is a new update added to patch 1.6.2. Downtime for the patch has already finished to PC gamers should now be able to download it.
The new patch for the game includes a ton of bug fixes for various different areas of the game. You can check out the full patch notes below.
Hunt: Showdown Update 1.6.2 Patch Notes
- Armoreds would sometimes get stuck while trying to break down doors.
- Burning medkits dropped by Scrapbeak or Doctor Grunt will now correctly be extinguished when inside choke bombs.
- Killing a Doctor Grunt with concertina no longer damages the medkit he is carrying in the process.
- Assassin was incorrectly playing hit reactions when passing through choke bombs.
- Fixed a rare issue in the Scrapbeak’s frenzy behavior where it would sometimes attack a player a bit too aggressively.
- Physical profile of Scrapbeak in its dead state has been reduced in size.
- Aim assist now correctly works on Leeches and makes it a bit easier to hit them on Consoles.
- Fixed an issue where dead enemies and hunters could trigger tripwires.
- Fixed an issue where the Bornheim Match might be stuck in ADS mode for a while when leaving it
- Fixed an issue whereby bear traps that were placed in windows could prevent players from vaulting through these windows.
- Fixed an issue where bear traps could be placed on branches at certain angles
Player could get stuck behind two barrels which is fixed now
Players should not be able to use the 2nd floor windows and be able to jump on the machines and exploit the boss
The cranked wheel on the 2nd floor should be able to call the elevator again
-Pelican Island Prison:
The floating poster between the prison and the shipyard should be gone now.
The information provided above comes from the game’s official Steam page. Hunt: Showdown is out now for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One platforms.