The Callisto Protocol update adds New Game+
Striking Distance Studios has introduced a New Game+ option to The Callisto Protocol with the game’s latest update.
New Game+ allows players to carry over their weapons, upgrades, and Callisto Credits. These can all be collected at the first Reforge, according to the patch notes. There’s also a new achievement/trophy for beating the game on a New Game+ playthrough.
In addition, this update improves performance across all platforms, prevents damage when jumping over obstacles, and fixes the “The Protocol is About Life” achievement not being granted. Read the full patch notes below:
- Users who previously completed the game will have access to NewGame+ after the patch.
- Application restart may be required.
- Requires an active save file from game completion.
- Fixed an issue where some users were not correctly granted the “The Protocol is About Life” achievement
- Added New Game Plus. Complete the game to unlock New Game Plus and carry your pression over to a new save. All weapons, upgrades, and Callisto Credits can be collected at the first Reforge
- General performance optimizations across all platforms
- Players no longer take damage when vaulting over obstacles
- Fixed multiple issues where certain camera angles or progression paths could cause environments to stream out and allow Jacob to fall through the ground
- Consistency pass on cabinets, lockers, and shelves to display correctly in High Contrast mode
- Voice leveling and subtitle mismatch adjustments across localized languages
- Fixed low frequency crash in the Tunnels level during the Two Head fight
- Skip Cinematics button has been mapped to the Interact/Pickup input
- Fixed a long hitch when enabling Ray-Traced Shadows in the main menu
- Prevented mouse cursor from displaying during some area transitions
- Fixed low frequency crash in Snowcat when Jacob is talking to Dani
The Callisto Protocol is available now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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