Bastion – New Update Released

Bastion is an amazing indie game and Supergiant Games has released a new update for it which addresses several issues reported by players and adding compatibility for other foreign-language translations. As always, this update will be applied automatically when players restart their Steam client. You can view the entire changelog after the jump.
The change list includes:
-Fixed an issue that caused Secret Skills to sometimes become unselectable after successive play-throughs of the game.
-Fixed an issue that could cause the Man-at-Arms achievement not to unlock when expected.
-Fixed an issue that could cause weapon upgrades of the same tier to both become selected in the Forge.
-Fixed an issue causing Bastion.exe to not exit cleanly as intended.
-Added custom language support for alphabets based on Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic, in support of requests for player-created text translations to other languages. To add a custom language to the game, follow these steps:
-Determine the two-letter language code according to ISO 639-1
List of ISO 639-1 codes
e.g. Portuguese = pt, Russian = ru, Polish = pl
The following example is for creating a Russian (ru) translation.
-Navigate to Steam\steamapps\common\bastion\Content\Game\Text, and make a copy of HelpText.en.xml called HelpText.ru.xml.
-Translate the text in HelpText.ru.xml from English to Russian. At the top of the file, make sure the line reads:
-Create a folder in Steam\steamapps\common\bastion\Content\Subtitles\ru
-Copy over the files in Steam\steamapps\common\bastion\Content\Subtitles\en,
and translate them.
-Launch the game with ‘-lang ru’ Launch Options

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