Version 1.1 content update patch detailed for PC – coming soon for Xbox One and PlayStation 4
Following the critically-acclaimed international launch of Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) last week, E-Line Media and Cook Inlet Tribal Council announced that it is available on PlayStation 4 in Europe.
Never Alone is the first commercial video game based on a U.S. indigenous culture and created by game development veterans in close collaboration with nearly 40 Alaska Native elders, storytellers and community members. Delivering a culturally-rich, authentic and fun gameplay experience for a global audience, Never Alone has already received plaudits from critics the world over, including Eurogamer (10/10 – “Never Alone is stunningly poignant – and quite brilliant”), Kotaku (“a charming, beautiful game”) and PC Gamer (85% – “A beautiful, fascinating exploration of a world that may soon be nothing more than fantasy”).
E-Line has also released details of its recent version 1.1 patch for the PC Steam release of Never Alone, which included the following improvements:
- In single-player mode, the character you’re not controlling will behave more intelligently
- The difficulty of the last few chapters of the game is more balanced with earlier chapters
- General control improvements
- It will be harder to accidentally switch to co-op mode when using the keyboard
- Fixes to address Save Game issues
- Fixed a bug where Never Alone would fail to launch when Steam was in Offline Mode
- In addition, the patch includes a new key-binding text file that is optimized for play on AZERTY and DVORAK keyboards.
A Never Alone version 1.1 content patch is planned for release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 shortly, with more additional content updates on the way in the coming weeks.
Never Alone is available now for digital download on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC for £11.99 (UK) and €14.99 (Europe).