Steam update: That’s why Risen from 2009 gets a new patch

Steam update: That's why Risen from 2009 gets a new patch

from Rhonda Bachman
The developers of Piranha Bytes have given their almost 14-year-old game Risen a new update on Steam. The reason for this is the recent release of the title on the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch consoles.

Some Risen players were certainly a little surprised: On Tuesday evening, the aged role-playing game received new update on Steam. The developers of Piranha Bytes originally released the fantasy game on October 30, 2009. The game has since received two sequels: Risen 2: Dark Waters and Risen 3: Titan Lords.

Almost 14 year old game gets fresh update

Now some fans of the role-playing classic should have been amazed, because Risen

As part of the release, the developers also took on the Steam version of the game and added some new features and bug fixes. Risen should now fully support direct input compatible gamepads. This feature can either be forced via the startup option or simply set in the game’s options menu via the controller mode. In addition, Piranha Bytes updated the supported languages ​​for the game, added Steam Achievements and Rich Presence via Steam and Discord. Furthermore, some gameplay and technical bugs affecting audio and physics have also been fixed. Savegames should also now be compatible with the Steam Cloud.

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In Risen, the players are washed up on the island of Faranga as shipwrecked people. There you have to fight your way through a rough fantasy world and face all kinds of terrible monsters. Every action should have consequences. You can also join different factions and learn how to use different types of weapons. Many Thanks to GxGamer for the tip.