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Craftopia Update Adds New Difficulty Setting, Tree Planting

February 10, 2021

By: Patrick Perrault

 
 
More Info About This Game
Developer
POCKET PAIR, Inc.
Publisher
POCKET PAIR, Inc.
Platforms
PC
Release Date
September 04,2020 (Calendar)
Genre
Survival
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The latest Craftopia update quite large, and it includes critical bug fixes and improvements, newly added content, balance adjustments, functional improvements, and performance improvements. There's quite a list to go through, so let's parse through them all, shall we?

What's in the latest Craftopia update?

Lots of stuff. To start, the critical bug fixes and improvements include changing the maximum number of World Heritages from 100 to 1, which means that stacks of World Heritages in your inventory and chests will be reduced to one and the excess items will disappear. A bug that client players couldn't play with host players with long-named islands "has been reduced", with the name being replaced with "Error" if it's too long.

 

A new difficulty setting has been added, and this can be changed whenever the player wants. Players can also plant trees. To do this they'll have to place a Tree Seedling and then pour a Nutrient Supplement onto it, which will make the Seedling grow into a tree. Players can plant as many trees as they want. 

For balance adjustments, two-handed swords have been modified, making them "a bit easier" to hit enemies in the front. Another change is that the resistant levels of Light Armors and plain Clothes have also been set to 0, and along with this there's added equipment skills to some equipment and buffed equipment stats.

 
 

The running animation has been fixed, and the gap between the camera and the position of a shot arrow has been reduced. Perhaps most importantly, the icon of the bucket has been changed, which is definitely a massive functional improvement.

Performance-related to buildings, items, and mob physics has been improved, and as a result the game will be less laggy when there are a lot of mobs in the world. This should help with gaining EXP, which has been changed from a player dealing a killing blow earning EXP to a player gaining EXP when the enemies has attacked dies, which is a nice bug fix that allows players to use Poison and Hellfire damage to slay their enemies.

 
 

If you would like to check out Craftopia, it's available on Steam here. If you would like to see the full patch notes it's available here. For everything Craftopia, stay tuned to TechRaptor.

What do you think of this patch? Have you been playing Craftopia? Are you interested in playing it? Let us know in the comments!