Akella Games released a new update for their third person action game, Postal 3. Although the company hasn’t provided us with the English changelog, we can safely assume that it’s the same with the Russian one that was released a couple of days ago. As always, Steam will auto-download it next time you start the Steam client and you can view the Russian (and most likely English) changelog after the jump.
Postal 3 Update 1.12 Changelog:
-Weapons badger correctly awarded after passing the mission “Robbery Bablomarketa” and “Battle Crotch” -Improved combat AI in missions “Gay Rodeo” and “Gay Rodeo (police version)” -Video “on Karma” is now playing after completing the mission “Robbery Bablomarketa” -Increased aggressiveness of the enemies (they began to shoot more accurately and more) -Improved performance at individual level -Improved karma in a bad way -Fixed a bug which caused the defeated bosses health bars sometimes postponed to the next level -Fixed game, if at the end of the mission dude holding hostage -Fixed a bug due to which the characters sometimes disappeared after pepper spray attack -Added new replica dude in a suit on a mission to Crotch “Gay Rodeo” -Many improvements mission “Prisoner without evidence” -Improved logic behavior of the Taliban in the mission “The Motherland is in danger” -Improved behavior of animals (cats and monkeys) -Changed the music on the missions’ Porno-world “and” The Bodyguard Dzhennifer Walcott ” -Fixed incorrect position of buttons on some screens, the path selection -The level of “Bridge to Paradise” now appears in the main menu twice -Improved coverage of shrubs and trees -Improved animation for reloading weapons Dude -Improved behavior when the camera turned on multithreading -Added mode “free ride” -A lot less important fixes and improvements
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