Anthem patch 1.0.4.02 is now available, full release notes revealed

Bioware has released a new minor patch for its online looter shooter, Anthem. According to the release notes, patch 1.0.4.02 addresses a number of issues that could occasionally cause Nvidia highlights to crash and makes it possible so that newsfeed can properly show content again upon launching into the game.

Furthermore, this patch also fixes a number of bugs and issues. For instance, it fixes an issue that was causing loot to drop for javelins other than the one being used, an issue that would cause the screen to shake when enabling DLSS and turning off motion blur, as well as an issue that was causing Ursix and Titans to not spawn as frequently in Freeplay.

As always, Origin will download this update the next time you launch its client and you can find below its complete changelog.

Anthem Patch 1.0.4.02 Release Notes

  • Fixed an issue that was causing loot to drop for javelins other than the one being used.
  • Addressed a number of issues that could occasionally cause Nvidia highlights to crash.
  • Fixed an issue that was causing Elysian Cache items to not appear until completing another activity or restarting the game.
  • The newsfeed will now properly show content again upon launching into the game.
  • Fixed an issue that was causing Ursix and Titans to not spawn as frequently in Freeplay.
  • Fixed an issue that would cause the screen to shake when enabling DLSS and turning off motion blur.
  • Fixed an issue that would sometimes cause players not to be able to interact with Owen, or hear his audio at the end of the Legendary version of the mission “Finding Old Friends”.
  • Titans, Ursix, Luminaries and Fury enemies should no longer disappear when another player starts an Event in Freeplay.

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