The Callisto Protocol had a rocky launch, with plentiful bugs, efficiency points and a paucity of graphics choices on PC. Some of these points have been resolved in post-release updates, and yesterday one other new patch arrived with extra fixes and a New Game+ mode.
Version 3.01, launched yesterday, will enable those that have beforehand accomplished The Callisto Protocol to entry a New Game+ mode. There’s no element on how precisely it modifies the game versus your first playthrough, however you can acquire “all weapons, upgrades and Callisto Credits” from the primary Reforge station according to the patch notes.
Other updates within the patch embrace common efficiency enhancements, some crash fixes, and a handful of smaller changes.
Even if it had run completely, Alice B’s Callisto Protocol overview wasn’y wholly offered on the game. The points ranged from how significantly it takes itself to its fight controls:
On a scale of Babadook to Dog Soldiers, I do know the place I’d put The Callisto Protocol, is what I’m saying. That’s not a foul factor. I genuinely actually like Dog Soldiers, and if something I’d have preferred The Callisto Protocol much more if it took itself much less significantly in that respect. You can have rooms filled with unguarded sawblades and spikes to whomp enemies into, and make the participant acquire loot by stamping on our bodies, or you’ll be able to have the menu learn “New Experience” as a substitute of “New Game”. I believe to do each is giving an inconsistent vibe.
So actually this patch provides a New Experience+ mode.