New World Rolls Out Another Wave of Bug Fixes

New World Rolls Out Another Wave of Bug Fixes
Taking on a bear solo might not be the greatest of ideas...

New World has rolled out another wave of bug fixes to start the holiday season out on the right foot.

On 1 December 2021 at 1:11 AM CET New World released a tweet announcing the release of a new patch and stating, “This week’s update is focused on resolving some of the issues that have arisen from our November Update.”

Taking on a wolf as a squad. Image by New World.

The first issue that was dealt with was related to elemental motes. New World stated in the patch notes that they “Fixed an issue causing a large number of motes to drop from elemental enemies,” and they “removed elemental motes as rewards from gathering elemental creatures.”

Their reason for doing this is that they allegedly originally intended elemental creatures to be infrequent encounters and to be a challenge to defeat. The unintended outcome resulted in frequent, low-danger spawns which imbalanced resources acquired from killing them.

Settlements and forts are heavily guarded. Image by New World.

A second issue they fixed was a bug that came as part of the November update which accidentally listed all horticultural equipment as being new content for a future release. This removed all horticultural equipment from the game, causing many players to lose the gear they had earned.

New World also fixed a bug that prevented Jewel crafting recipes from rewarding the intended amount of XP. Furthermore, they have re-enabled “trading, moving, and salvaging of furnishings/housing items.”

They also released a variety of general bug fixes and server updates, the full details of which are available in the official patch notes.

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