[Feb 13, 2013, 10:23 am ET] - Share - Viewing Comments
Gearbox Software Support
offers details on a patch for the PC edition of Aliens: Colonial Marines
that's now automatically available through Steam
. This offers a number of single-player and multiplayer bug-fixes, as outlined in this change list:
- General user interface improvements.
- Various performance improvements.
- Fixed issue where a door may not function properly if a Xeno was killed while opening it.
- Addressed issue where players could become stuck in a close encounter after killing a Lurker that had pounced them.
- Fixed collision issue where bullets would not pass through certain open doorways.
- Fixed an issue related to clients incorrectly interrupting Xeno melee encounters.
- Addressed an issue where doors would sometimes not open properly.
- Addressed an exploit where players could melee while throwing a grenade or placing a claymore.
- Fixed some collision detection issues that could result from a close encounter.
- Prevented campaign pop-ups from appearing outside of campaign.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent NPCs from getting on the elevator in the Sulaco.
- NPCs no longer attempt to open doors while being welded.
- Fixed issue where Raven could sometimes pass through welded door.
- Implementing a message to warn players that campaign progress will be overwritten if they try to start an offline campaign game from within the co-op campaign UI.
- Adjusted the distance between players before they're warped to the location of furthest player in co-op.
- Fixed issue where torch would sometimes appear incorrectly to co-op clients.
- Fixed issue where difficulty could sometimes become stuck incorrectly after switching modes.
- Fixed issue where co-op player would not recover properly after being saved from a close encounter.
- Fixed issue where Russian players could not drop into a co-op match in some missions.
- Updated late-game close encounter moment to disable player input, which could cause them to become stuck.
- Resolved issue where campaign Motion Tracker could incorrectly in multiplayer loadouts.
- Fixed issue where clients would sometimes be invisible after spawning in No Hope in Hadleys.
- Multiplayer teams are now randomized (parties excluded) if percentage difference in scores is greater than 15%
- 'Switch Teams' option removed from the Pause menu.
- Corrected issue where server and client could get out-of-sync when switching out of a power-up while firing.
- Fixed issue where controller would vibrate during the scores screen if Rage ability was active upon match end.
- Fixed issue where Cloak ability would not conceal the Lurker when walking or jogging.
- Corrected bug where clients appeared to spawn outside of world before match start.
- Removed placeholder text from appearing on scoreboard in certain situations.
- Improved camera transition when Xeno enters a vent.
- Fixed issue where Xenomorph HUD could sometimes appear in the wrong color.
- Fixed issue with Spitter acid sometimes preventing players from deploying a Sentry Turret for a short while.
- Spitter's "Acid Spray" now originates from the mouth.
- Escape: Fixed issue where Xenos could spawn in unplayable space.
- Escape: Fixed issue where Xeno players could lose functionality if warped to next area while in a vent.
- Escape: Addressed issues where players would spawn with no weapon if they were the last Marine to die in Escape.
- Escape: Fixed issue where Cat-Like Reflexes ability would not properly complete in an Escape match.
- Escape: Improved timing and placement of warp locations in Emergency Evac map.
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||Re: Aliens: Colonial Marines Patched
||Feb 15, 2013, 15:54
Beamer wrote on Feb 15, 2013, 15:48:Calm down chicken nugget!
netnerd85 wrote on Feb 15, 2013, 15:40:
You still sound like you are defending Gearbox Beamer, big Borderlands fan?
I think this is what I don't understand about this board.
Beamer: No one will deny this was an incredibly poorly managed and executed project. It's almost unbelievable. You can't even blame consoles for this because it looks and runs like crap on them. It's entirely incompetence. [exact quote]
netnerd: You sound like a big Gearbox fan.
Gearbox games I've played:
The HL add-on: Was ok. Not great, but definitely entertaining
Borderlands: Was ok. Showed potential, but was somewhat of a jumbled mess
Borderlands 2: Ok, this was pretty great
That's it. No real opinion about Gearbox, other than Randy talks way too much and they've really only backed it up once. They don't seem like anything special to me, and after DNF and this I don't see why anyone would ever hold their breath for one of their releases.
But I don't see how repeatedly saying this project is totally incompetent, overhyped, underdelivered, and probably worth $5 makes me a fan.
You just sound as if you are defending them by making up excuses such as "they ran out of money". No, they advertised something and then slapped people in the face.
Duke Nukem Forever was good. They had little to do with it any way.
Opposing Force was awesome. Blue Shift was too short but good.
Borderlands: I don't care about. Looks boring.
Randy is a dbag. Says one thing, delivers another, hides from public view like a child. He did the same thing with DNF. At least man up and defend the game if you believe in it. No respect for that man at all any more.
BTW, I asked if you were a fan, didn't SAY you were. I asked.
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