Planet Zoo is now out and has already received Update 1.01. A look at the update's patch notes reveals a number of fixes to crashes that could occur in specific scenarios.
Update 1.01 also improves climbing, so that your zoos will have less flying bears, and makes it less likely that visiting guests will find their head spontaneously disappearing.
Planet Zoo Update 1.01 Patch Notes
Here are all the fixes and improvements added to Planet Zoo in Update 1.0.1 as per the full patch notes:
Added several crash and stability fixes, including -
- Crash when deleting pick up based enrichment item while an animal is using it;
- Crash when moving staff buildings;
- Crash when moving animals to quarantine;
- Crash when selecting the Inspector notification;
- Crash when signing up to newsletter;
- Crash when deleting shops;
- Crash when moving exhibits;
- Crash when animals are released to wild;
- Crash when using 'locate' button from objectives;
- Crash when switching between fullscreen and borderless.
- Fixed some objectives in Scenario 3 of Career Mode auto-completing.
Franchise Mode & Main Menu
- The newsletter sign-up is now hidden during the welcome screen. This will prevent any issues from signing up before creating your avatar.
- Fixed issue with profanity filter not allowing players to create franchise zoos. We have also improved messaging regarding this issue.
- Fixed issue with multiple mechanics not repairing vandalised objects efficiently.
- Various improvements have been made to climbing (Sorry flying bears!)
- Zoo tax is now shown on the Zoo Overview menu to give you greater information on your finances.
- Fix for guest avatar heads disappearing.
- Fix rendering issues caused by ultra wide displays.
- We are aware of an issue where the wrong image is displayed for the Community Challenge (it should be the tigers!). If this is the case, please restart your Steam client as it's a caching issue; do let us know if the issue persists!
Developer Frontier Developments has also reminded players that Update 1.0.1 will be followed by others that tackle the remaining issues players find with its latest effort.
Planet Zoo is out now on PC.