Outriders Update Patch Notes
The outriders update has finally been released! This patch is a much-anticipated addition to the game that will prevent the in-game inventory wipe. However, the developers are continuing to work on restoring affected players’ inventories. The patch weighs around 2.5 GB on Steam and is available on the Epic Games Store as well as Xbox. To play the game, visit the official website to download the latest version.
Fixes for AFK
The latest Outriders update contains several fixes for AFK in the game. As mentioned in the patch notes, players who have been AFK for over 2 minutes will be removed from the matchmaking queue. This applies to all players, including those who have been interacting with NPCs and configuring their skills and mods. Additionally, the “Surge” AOE Attack of Brood Mothers will now be more visible. In addition, the game will now fix the problem with weapon damage on frozen enemies. And the Blood Donation class node no longer becomes stuck when activated.
Another fix for AFK in Outriders is a change in the matchmaking mode. Matchmaking settings will now default to “Closed” mode, which should speed up the game’s matchmaking time. By doing this, you’ll also see fewer matchmaking requests, which will help the game’s performance. The changes will also help to fix issues with frame drops and freezing.
Despite the hefty size of the Outriders update patch notes, players should find it worth the download. It contains fixes for a number of nagging issues, including AFK and lag. The new update will also improve matchmaking on Xbox. Additionally, Xbox users should be able to sign in faster now. In addition, Outriders players will no longer experience stuttering when interacting with Crawlers.
As for consoles, Xbox’s sign-in process will be faster and more reliable. Xbox gamers have complained about long loading times, so this fix should be welcomed by the majority of players. Xbox Game Pass users should be pleased to see the improved matchmaking process. It will no longer exclude AFK players from matchmaking. This should help combat the AFK issue in Outriders.
A large number of fixes in the Outriders update have been addressed, including the fixes to the People Can Fly set bonuses. Another important change affects the ability to stutter in a drained lake. A new exploit in crawler fights has also been fixed. The player appreciation package was also re-run with unique legendaries. It also added double legendary drops.
Rebalance of class skills
The Outriders update patch notes were recently released by Square Enix. The game has been plagued by connectivity issues ever since it launched, and the patch notes confirm that massive Class-related changes are coming. The patch notes also reveal that some of the classes have been nerfed, including Trickster, who will lose three skills and ten seconds of cooldown time. Still, the patch notes also contain a few other interesting changes.
One of the most notable changes in this update is a rebalance of class skills. Originally, the Outrider’s skills sabotaged players by preventing them from completing the “Historian” quest. This bug allowed players to farm smaller quests for Legendaries, even though that wasn’t the intended reward. In this patch, People Can Fly fixed this exploit, allowing players to obtain more Legendaries than they were supposed to. This exploit will no longer be published, though.
The next patch will fix an issue with the reward of the Expedition quest. While it’s still too early to see the impact of this change, the patch notes do mention that the reward for that mission has been fixed. The new skill Twisted Rounds should be a better choice for the Outrider. While the current buffs to this skill are welcome, there’s no doubt that more buffs are coming to all classes in the near future.
Another improvement to the Combat Skills skill is the rebalancing of the class skills. The Pyromancer’s Phoenix Nestling skill had a bug wherein they got incorrect HP when they used it in multiplayer. Now it gives them correct 50% HP. Additionally, a bug in the Outriders Skill, Attack Speed, and Ranger’s Skill Regeneration were also fixed.
Improvements to loot
The Outriders update’s latest patch notes address improvements to legendary drop rates and the removal of the legendaries level brackets. These changes should help Outriders with their end game gearing goals. Those who have been unable to find enough legendary items to equip their entire character will be happy to know that this upcoming update is coming. The next patch is expected to be released sometime in early next week.
The biggest change in this update is the introduction of a block preventing players from booting other players at the end of expeditions. This change is aimed at combating “loot troll” behaviour, where party leaders would kick players before their Expedition chest was unlocked. It will not be immediately apparent how this will affect loot troll behavior. If you were worried about this behavior, however, don’t worry – this block only applies to new players.
There are also a few other changes in the Outriders update patch notes. Legendary items will no longer be dropped from historian quests, bounty hunts, and monster hunts. Other changes include tweaks to the loot system for specific enemies, like the Tooka Beast and Splittooth. Bullet abilities will no longer be as powerful as before. This update also fixes an annoying bug that prevents new items from being displayed in the inventory.
Outriders is a popular game for both console and PC players, and this patch will make some major improvements. It will address several bugs and change matchmaking settings. Some of these changes will reduce AFK lobbies and improve matchmaking times. In addition, players can now use their controller to aim and control the game. This update also addresses some issues that have plagued the game over the past few weeks.
One of the major problems that Outriders players have with their loot was the fact that they could never find any legendary items. The new system ensures that players will have a better chance of finding legendary items by using a different drop method. The new system also makes it easier to spot rare drops and decrease the possibility of common duplicates. The patch notes also explain that players should avoid stashing common Legendary items for fear of getting them.
Improvements to matchmaking
In the Outriders update patch notes, developers say they have fixed a variety of issues and made the sign-in process more efficient. The update will also change the default matchmaking setting to “Closed” and improve the speed of matching up players. This will also reduce the number of requests for matches from “open” games. Another notable change is the restoration of items that have been wiped out.
The new update to Outriders includes a few changes and fixes for crashing issues in the game. While the developers haven’t said whether the crashes occurred prior to the patch, it’s important to note that the new patch will address those issues. The new version of the game will be available on November 16 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Google Stadia. Outriders’ patch notes will be available on these platforms, along with other improvements to the game’s matchmaking system.
As a result of the new update, outriders players will now experience a short server maintenance. During this maintenance, players will be unable to play the game. They will need to download the new patch to continue playing. This patch was initially scheduled to come out on Tuesday, July 13th, but unforeseen circumstances delayed its release date. The full patch notes are available below. If you want to play Outriders right away, read through the patch notes to find out if you’re missing any of the game’s updates.
The new update also addresses matchmaking bugs and fixes some performance issues. Matchmaking will now automatically default to the “Closed” mode, which should help reduce the amount of AFK matchmaking in the game. Additionally, players’ character gear will now properly load in the game. A bug that prevented clients from joining a host will be resolved soon after the update goes live. The new update will also address other matchmaking issues that plagued the game.
Another big change in the Outriders update patch notes relates to the legendary gear. Legendary gear offers powerful effects, but was extremely hard to obtain when it launched. To remedy this, the Outriders team increased Legendary drop rates globally in June. They also added an anti-duplication system to reduce the number of lost items. Lastly, Outriders has fixed numerous other issues related to matchmaking.