Hades 2 will receive its first patch this month to make resource gathering less frustrating

Hades 2 will receive its first patch this month to make resource gathering less frustrating
Hades 2 will receive its first patch this month to make resource gathering less frustrating

Hades II has become the great sensation of PC gamers in recent weeks thanks to the surprise launch of its Early Accesswhich already allows us to enjoy a very complete and quite polished title that can make us forget that it is a project that is still in development.

Now, Supergiant Games has just published a statement on Steam detailing their plans for the game in the short term, including: the release of its first patchsomething that should happen this month, although the date has not yet been specified.

What’s new in the first patch

Among the new features that this update will bring, important adjustments will be made related to resource collectionsince they want to prevent this task from being too frustrating due to things like not carrying the right tool to collect something.

Another aspect they are working on is make Melino have a more distinctive, unique and personal playstyle. Although they have not detailed anything, they have commented that they have several ideas to improve their dodge and run movements, although we do not know if they will be things that affect the gameplay in some way or will only be related to their animations.

Of course, The opportunity will also be taken to correct bugs and make small general improvementsalthough we will have to wait for the patch notes to be published to know exactly what they will consist of.

Hades it’s a roguelite of action that puts us in the skin of Melino, the sister of Zagreus, who must save her family and kill Cronus, the Titan of Time. In the impressions article that we dedicated to him in Vandal We conclude that “no There is no doubt that the essence of Hades still intactand that Supergiant Games has managed to evolve it, also giving it its own personality with the sequel.”

 
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