Remedy has just released Title Update 1.16 for Alan Wake 2, and shared its full patch notes. This is a small update that includes a handful of important fixes. So, let’s take a look at them.
Patch 1.16 will fix the missing Lighthouse keys after opening the last Cult Stash in Cauldron Lake. It will also fix cases where players couldn’t exit interactable notes and containers (e.g. Nursery Rhymes or the Shotgun Puzzle in the Covenience Store). Plus, Saga’s crossbow will now stay in the Shoebox if put in there.
And that is that. Don’t expect any performance or optimization improvements. To be honest, I don’t expect any major performance improvements with the game’s upcoming updates. It’s been three and a half months since the game’s release. During that period, Remedy already released patches to improve performance. So, right now, the team will be, most likely, focusing on resolving bugs and blockers.
Anyway, like always, Epic Games Store will download this update the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.
Alan Wake 2 Patch 1.16 Release Notes
- Fixed cases where players couldn’t exit interactable notes and containers (e.g. Nursery Rhymes or the Shotgun Puzzle in the Covenience Store).
- Fixed the missing Lighthouse keys after opening the last Cult Stash in Cauldron Lake.
- Fixed Saga’s magical crossbow so that it stays in the Shoebox if put in there and does not appear on her back anymore unless carried for real.
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