Journey To The Savage Planet Update 1.04 Is Out, Various Bug Fixes

Journey To The Savage Planet has received Update 1.04. You can now download this patch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You will find that Journey To The Savage Planet Update 1.04 has some bug fixes. Something that stands out in this patch is that they fixed an issue where the Kindex would incorrectly display your KINTECH progress, and they fixed a bug preventing some players from completing the “Ground and Pound” quest.

Journey to the Savage Planet is a first-person action and adventure game, set on a distant and dangerous planet, in which players must live their own history and declare whether or not it is a habitable place for humanity. As members of Kindred Aerospace “the fourth interstellar exploration company”, you will have to investigate new frontiers and fight against the dangers of aliens. Below you will find the complete list of Journey To The Savage Planet Update 1.04 patch notes.

We here at Kindred Aerospace recognize that you have enough on your plate to deal with already — what with the flying squid monsters and dagger-toothed skyscraper lobsters — and have decided to ease your struggles with an extremely helpful update! Our diligent engineers have been closely monitoring your feedback, and have been working very hard to resolve some of the lingering issues you’ve cited in your corporate progress reports.

  • Fixed an issue where the Kindex would incorrectly display your KINTECH progress.
  • Fixed a bug preventing some players from completing the “Ground and Pound” quest.
  • Fixed an issue where a player could get stuck on a white screen when teleporting in Journey To The Savage Planet.
  • Added separate volume sliders for Music and Dialog.
  • Misc UI and bug fixes.

I remind you that 505 Games and Typhoon Studios’ Journey To The Savage Planet released on January 28, 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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