Grapeshot Games has released Atlus update version 8.35 for the PC. The game is still in early access and gets frequent updates by the developers.
Atlas started off on the wrong foot and was criticized for its buggy launch. The game is doing well in sales and the last major update was for version 8.0 on Steam. It still has a long way to go before it is out from early access and the developers track record is not exactly stellar in this regard.
Atlas update version 8.35 patch notes can be seen in detail below. The update is out now on PC.
Atlas Update Version 8.35 Patch Notes For PC
urrent Version: v8.35
– Improvements made to joining/rejoining servers, should make it more reliable and eliminate many cases of connection lost/failure to grab server info.
– Fixed a bug where HUD may not have shown to players in some cases.
The developers have also planned the following fixes in the coming days.
– Updated some undesired movement speed max taming additions within status components, (some already set in CreatureBP), plus some unintentional unrealistic water movement speeds.
– Adjusted Seagull and Crow aggro speeds (Would prev take a v long time to de-aggro). Updated collision to allow player attacks to land more consistently.
– Updated Tiger IK to better conform to slopes.
– Razortooth stamina adjustments (Would prev fatigue from running in like 2 seconds)
– Created new inherited AnimBP for Rabbit. Setup for shoulder mounting (Not yet enabled until ability is final)
– Updated Vulture AI to only target sleeping humans if the player is connected.
– Included foot sockets in Giraffe neck attack to more consistently harvest.
– Reduced Bee movement to allow player attacks to land. Reduced sting buff duration to better reflect Bee size.
– Increased harvest amount of fur and milk from Sheep and Cow to incentivise taming and better compete with natural resource gathering amounts. Updated max yield timings to scale with creature level, similar to other creature abilities, instead of food value.
– Clamped amount of fur gained from harvesting wild sheep, again to incentive taming. Wild sheep will also flee, and may attack players after excessive shearing.
Atlas is available now as part of the early access release on Steam.