FIST: Forged in Shadow Torch has today (September 27) launched a new update across PlayStation platforms, so here’s the full list of changes and fixes with today’s patch. This update is incredibly small, merely adding four bug fixes to improve the health of the game. Like said though, improving the health of the experience is more than worthwhile. For any game, bugs can be frustrating (as some, in particular, have proven). Having them tackled can overall help to make the game that much more enjoyable. Without further adieu, here’s everything new with FIST: Forged in Shadow Torch in its September 27 update!
FIST: Forged in Shadow Torch September 27 Update Patch Notes
- Fixed a bug that cannot load the game from a saved data if the game is saved at a specific save point in Underground Lake.
- Fixed a bug that a specific door in Mine has a chance not to open.
- Fixed a bug that the trophy “Liberator” has a chance not to pop.
- Fixed a bug that has a chance not be able to buy data disks from Flip.
As you can tell, three out of the four updates being made to the game are actually game-breaking. Being unable to load save data at a certain point is, for one, incredibly frustrating. The same goes with being unable to open certain doors, or buy key items from characters like Flip. The only non-key update here is the Liberator trophy having a chance to not pop up. Though with that being said, it doesn’t make the issue any less annoying for achievement/trophy hunters. All around this is a small but great update for anyone running into these issues (or that are about to).
FIST: Forged in Shadow Torch is available on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, with a PC version currently planned to come in some time. For more information regarding today’s update, check out the official Twitter page.