V Rising Patch 0.5.42405 Brings New Features, Patch Notes Here

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V Rising has been a great success critically and financially. The game was released in Early Access a few weeks ago, and it already sold more than 2 million copies. The developer is constantly improving the game with updates and patches. One of those updates was released yesterday and it made some interesting changes.

Patch 0.5.42405 brought new features, added support for the Arabic language, and addressed multiple bugs. The support for Steam Cloud for Private Games saves is added. You can now delete server history entries in the Continue Game menu. You can also move saves to and from Steam Cloud Saving.

You can read the complete patch notes below.

NEW FEATURES
  • We added Steam Cloud support for Private Game saves. This allows playing your saves on different computers.
  • All new Private Games hosted will now be saved on Steam Cloud by default.
  • You can move saves to/from Steam Cloud Saving.
  • You can now delete Saves and Server History entries in the Continue Game menu.
  • An option for limiting FPS separately in-game and in menus have been added to the Graphics Options. Please note that the option to limit FPS settings will not have an effect if VSync is ON in the Graphics Options.
BUG FIXES
  • Fixed an exploit where users could bypass RichText protection in the chat.
  • Fixed some characters not being displayed correctly in Polish and Turkish.
  • Fixing issue where some players could not use the servant mission system due to missions not showing up on the map.
  • Fixing client crash if the fallen angel is killed while transformed to a pig by Matka hex spell.
GENERAL
  • Gear Score will no longer be shown for online Vampires in the Steam Server List.
  • Language support for Arabic has been added again.
  • Known issues with Arabic:
    • -Input fields do not correctly parse Arabic right-to-left writing.
    • -Layout issues in various places.
  • Build menu optimizations.

The complete patch notes are available via Steam. You can also purchase the game from there for only $17.99.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Are there any other issues that you want the developer to address? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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