What you need to know
- Patch 1.07 has gone live for the Xbox, PlayStation, and PC versions of The Callisto Protocol.
- This patch addresses technical issues with the game, like random frame rate drops and crashes, among many others.
- The developers have stated on Twitter that they are working on fixing the ray-tracing reflections and that more information will come later this week.
The Callisto Protocol, a new survival horror game made by one of the co-creators of Dead Space, has just received a new patch (Patch 1.07) today for Xbox, PC, and PlayStation platforms. This patch includes several hotfixes, including bug fixes for frame rate and random crash issues that have plagued the title since launch.
We wanted to clear up any confusion: ray-traced shadows are supported and look great on Xbox Series X. However, we are aware of issues with ray-traced reflections that we are addressing. More information is coming this week. We appreciate the patience and support.December 4, 2022
Furthermore, The Callisto Protocol game's developers, Striking Distance Studios, have stated on Twitter that they are working hard to address other issues players are experiencing with the game, like ray tracing reflection issues, for instance. They plan to share more information on this and more upcoming improvements for the game later this week.
If you're still struggling with issues on the PC version of the game post-patch, check our guide for the best settings to fix stuttering and improve performance.
Despite its technical problems, The Callisto Protocol has quickly cemented itself as one of the best horror games released on Xbox for its gripping atmosphere, brutal gameplay, and horrific enemy designs. Only time will tell if this patch and further improvements can convince new players hesitant about its issues to jump in and solve the dark mysteries of The Callisto Protocol.
The Callisto Protocol Digital Deluxe Edition
The Digital Deluxe Edition of The Callisto Protocol will grant players a Season Pass to gain access to upcoming post-launch DLC. This includes new cosmetic outfits, new death animations, new story content, and new game modes like the horde mode-esque Riot mode, and the Contagion mode which introduces permadeath for an extra challenge.
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