Immortals Fenyx Rising received its third and final DLC expansion last month, but this doesn’t mean that Ubisoft is completely done with the game. Another update has gone live for the Nintendo Switch version of the game a few hours ago, introducing fixes and improvements.
The 1.3.1 update introduces fixes for several quests, activities and gameplay issues, as well as stability improvements when entering Typhon’s Vault.
You can find the full Immortals Fenyx Rising 1.3.1 update notes below.
- [Fixed] Ensured that Prometheus uses the right pronoun for Fenyx in a Tale of Fire and Lightning quest.
- [Fixed] Fixed an issue that prevented progression scaling issues with Ubisoft Connect challenge rewards Shard.
- [Fixed] Fixed an issue that caused Fenyx to appear in a different vault when restarting Aphrodite’s Vault.
- [Fixed] Ubisoft Connect – Fixed an issue preventing the “Vault of Tartaros Completed” statistic to reach full completion.
- [Fixed] Myths of the Eastern Realms – Fixed an issue where the player would not get all the fragments from the Mythical Monsters.
- Addressed an issue where Athena’s Dash ability would deal less damage after obtaining the Immortal Field Breaker upgrade.
- [Fixed] Fixed the ordering of the Helmets of the Eastern Realm obtained from completing Myths of the Eastern Realm story.
- [Fixed] Fixed an issue where Fenyx was stuck while idle on top of the Messenger of the Gods Statue when enjoying the beautiful view for too long. Heroes need breaks too!
- Improved stability when entering Typhon’s Vault.
Immortals Fenyx Rising has been launched late last year on Nintendo Switch, PC, and all the other consoles. The game is a very nice open-world game that combines features from other games like Breath of the Wild to offer an engaging experience. An experience that has been further expanded by three DLC expansions, the last of them, The Lost Gods, introducing a top-down view and new progression system that work incredibly well.
Immortals Fenyx Rising is now out on Nintendo Switch, PC and other consoles worldwide.