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Star Wars Squadrons Update 4.1 released, packs backend improvements & bug fixes

Motive Studios has released a brand new update for Star Wars Squadrons. According to the release notes, Update 4.1 brings several backend improvements, as well as a number of bug fixes.

As always, Origin and Steam will download Patch 4.1 the next time you launch their clients. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

Star Wars Squadrons Update 4.1 Release Notes

General
  • Several backend improvements
Challenges
  • Fixed an issue where the B-wing would not progress certain Challenges for Bombers
Cosmetic Customization
  • Fixed an issue where the Valiant Focus visor wouldn’t display correctly when worn by a Duros
  • Fixed an issue where the thumbnail for the Recon Trainer helmet was incorrect
Custom Matches
  • Fixed an issue where players who were made a Custom Matches admin would not receive any of the associated privileges
  • Also fixed an issue where Steam usernames could be displayed with extra unintended characters
  • Fixed an issue where privacy settings in Custom Matches would be saved into the presets
  • Also fixed an issue where music would overlap for a spectator in Custom Games
  • Fixed an issue where the Flagship health and shields would not display correctly on the tactical map
Starfighters & Components
  • Fixed an issue where the Resonant Shield would affect lasers even when not overcharged
  • Fixed an issue where the Rotary Cannon stats weren’t displaying accurately
  • Also fixed an issue where the Unstable Engine for the TIE defender did not display the correct stats
  • Fixed an issue where the B-wing’s Gyro auxiliary would not double the other auxiliary’s ammo count

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