Today, the team at Housemarque Studios went live with the February update for their popular game, Returnal, along with the accompanying patch notes. According to the official Returnal patch notes, the latest update resolves a rare issue with music stopping during Biome entry. Apart from this, the Returnal patch also includes a fix for incorrectly detecting the Windows resolution on the first boot.
The game has continued to progress since its initial release in December last year, with the devs working hard to fix these issues. So, without any more introduction, read the full patch notes for the Returnal February update.
Returnal PC February Patch Notes
- Fix for rare issue with music stopping during Biome entry
- Fix for certain Ultrawide monitor setups not being detected in Full Screen
- Fix for incorrectly detecting the Windows resolution on the first boot
- Fix for grass draw distance on Epic Particle settings
- Fix for PSN Sign in time outs
- Fix for Benchmark results rounding error.
If you’re experiencing a black screen instead of the opening cinematic, please ensure your Windows is up to date, including the VP9 Video Extension that comes bundled with Windows 10 and later. The upcoming Returnal PC patch will include performance improvements and a fix to correctly display at 3840×1600 resolution.
After reading through the Returnal February patch notes, you can find the game available on PC, PlayStation 4 & 5. Additionally, head to the official website to read the Returnal official notes, along with any more information you’re looking to find. You can also keep an eye out for future updates to Returnal, where the devs have an ongoing dev blog detailing their efforts to the game. Lastly, outside of the Returnal update notes, you can learn more on their official website if you’re interested in the developers at Housemarque Studios and any of their other upcoming projects.