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FusionFall Retro Beta v2.12.1 Patch Notes
« on: November 03, 2019, 05:53:26 PM »
FusionFall Retro Beta v2.12.1 Patch Notes


  • Eternal night has subsided and the Underworld Pumpkin Spawn Horde has been defeated. Jeff thanks you for helping and Fred thanks you for the nachos he found.


  • Jeff the Spider and Fred Fredburger have returned to the Underworld. Don’t worry, they mentioned that you’re free to visit when you get the chance!
  • The rest of the Gangreen Gang have come out of hiding! Don’t worry, they “took care” of those annoying fans dancing near Ace.


  • A couple of Halloween-exclusive items had some grammatical mistakes in their descriptions. They’ve been corrected.
  • The art contest winner items’ descriptions now reflect the context of which they were won. Good job everyone!
  • A new grindable item has scurried its way into the drop tables, and whisperings of a new code item has made its rounds recently. Keep those eyes and ears peeled!


  • The Endsville SCAMPER pilot is now much more experienced and confident in flying. From Endsville, you can now fly to any of the main hub SCAMPERs.
  • To thank his efforts in training, the other pilots now offer to fly to Endsville as well!

Bug Fixes

  • A couple of backend changes to the way items are received should ensure everyone gets them fairly.
  • Snare was acting a bit strange, but it works now!
  • Players will now rotate properly when attacking.
  • Reviving should now work properly in Fusion Lairs.
  • Missions should no longer disappear from your mission journal!
  • Enemies should less frequently attack players standing just above them.
  • The way taros are earned is now more secure.
  • More security has been added to the game in regard to unfairly fighting mobs.
« Last Edit: November 03, 2019, 07:12:13 PM by Devan »


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