Payday 2 Update 219.3 Removed Linchpin Outfit; Replacement in the Works

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Payday 2 , the PvE game by Starbreeze Studio, has received Update 219.3 today. It removed the Linchpin outfit from the game but the developer claims that it will be replaced by another outfit. Expect the replacement in the coming patches. A little more than a dozen bugs were squashed as well.

Since you only have to download 65.15 MB of data, the update likely doesn't have anything new content to offer. Anyway, check out the changelog below.

Update 219.3 Changelog

  • Removed the Linchpin outfit from the game.
  • Fixed a crash on VR when using flamethrowers.
  • Fixed main menu banners that were low resolution.
  • Med the button to turn telemetry on or off available in VR as well.
  • Fixed a clipping issue on the “Laohu Dashi” suit when playing as Duke.
  • Fixed multiple spelling are grammatical errors.
  • Tweaked the Red Pole outfit to be less specular in first-person view.
  • Fixed a graphical with a gas canister on the Boiling Point heist.
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  • Fixed an issue that soft locked the heist if the alarm was triggered after the stealth version of the boss had spawned.
  • Removed an unintentional extra copy of the keycard.
  • Removed the ability for the tea-set to take damage thus rendering the interaction permanently disabled.
  • Fixed graphical issues with a lamp and a hard drive.
  • Fixed graphical issues with the elevator.
  • Fixed graphical issues with the horse statues.
  • Fixed an issue where the plume on the boss helmet was untextured while on the ground.
  • Fixed collision issues in the garage.
  • Fixed the armory gate so the icon is displayed correctly.
  • Fixed an issue with a permanent defend waypoint of the player saw open the server room door while it has a drill on it.

The patch notes are available on Steam.

Payday 2 was released back in 2013 on PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. It was also released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch a few days later. Thanks to backward compatibility, current-gen consoles can run the game as well. The developer has confirmed that a sequel is currently in development.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Payday 2 recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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