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Godfall update and holiday deals incoming

Counterplay Games and Gearbox have been listening to fans, and are set to act, with a host of quality of life improvements for Godfall. Oh, and deals too.


Released at the launch of the new generation of consoles last month, publisher Gearbox’ Godfall didn’t make quite the impact they probably hoped. The game wasn’t met with much enthusiasm, despite looking terrific, and had a bunch of technical issues. But all of that might be on the way to being rectified, thanks to some community feedback.

According to Gearbox, they’ve been listening to customers and taking their commentary to heart. That’s resulted in a host of “quality of life” improvements that’ve just arrived for Godfall.

Fixes include:

  • Updates to the way the game handles input buffering – read commentary from the Counterplay Games development team at the bottom of the blog post  
  • Solutions for various issues that were causing hitches and stuttering 
  • More than a dozen quality of life improvements such as mass salvage
  • Introduction of Field of View slider
  • Both general and platform specific fixes related to multiplayer, visual effects, animations, weapon and equipment issues and more 

Those are the highlights, but you can read about the update in full here on Gearbox’ forums. And if you’ve so-far been holding off on actually buying into the game, then you might also be interested in hearing about some Holiday deals.

Just revealed, there are a bunch of limited-time offers hitting for both the console and PC versions of Godfall.

Those include:

  • PC 
    • Epic games Store: Dec 17th – Jan 7th – 15% discount on all editions (All digital) 
    • Greenman Gaming: Dec 16th – Jan 6th – 15% discount on all editions (All digital) 
  • PS5 
    • PlayStation Store: Dec 22nd – Jan 8th (All digital) 
      • 20% discount on Ascended edition 
      • 22% discount on Deluxe edition  
      • 25% standard edition    

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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