New World's July 23 closed beta update goes live today, its patch notes revealing a new set of fixes, one of which aims to stop the game from randomly crashing when players attempt to fish. The MMORPG's take on the activity, although a bit more involved, is quite relaxing and it's great to hear that taking a break from adventuring no longer sends you back in the server queue.
Other fixes coming in New World's July 23 closed beta update include more stability improvements, which should result in fewer crashes, as well as the removal of flickering fog across the Edengrove and Weaver’s Fen territories.
Here are all the changes and fixes that go live today once New World's July 23 closed beta update hits live servers, as detailed in the official patch notes.
- Continued improvements on stability to mitigate server crashes
- Audio for text to speech volume now controlled by Master Volume
- If there are more than 1 world that meets the requirements for being a recommended world, then the user will be offered a random world from this list of worlds.
- Text to speech messages stop being read the moment the setting is turned off.
- Flickering fog will no longer be seen throughout Edengrove and Weaver’s Fen territories.
- The northern Point of Interest boundaries for the Crescent Window now update when the player cross them, allowing users to discover Inkwell Cave from all sides.
- Fishing will no longer cause crashes
- Time needed to receive new Tradeskill Community Missions now has increased
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