The Last Campfire is getting the No Man’s Sky post-launch treatment

As seen with No Man’s Sky, Hello Games is no stranger to supporting its games way after launch. With The Last Campfire 1.6 update now rolling out, the developer is further building on its reputation to support games after their launch. The new patch is now available on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and iPhone. Read on for the generous list of changes.

The Last Campfire 1.6 update patch notes

The Last Campfire 1.6 Update Patch Notes

  • 20% more puzzles
  • Replay puzzles
  • Read the Wanderer’s Diary
  • Performance improvements
  • Improved controller support
  • New Mac support
  • Higher framerate
  • Quality of life improvements

The patch notes were tweeted by Sean Murray on Twitter.

Veterans and newcomers both have things to be excited about, as there are new puzzles for the former and performance improvements for the latter.

What’s more, the patch is available right now across all supported platforms. That means PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and iPhone players can all immediately download the update and get playing.

With the 1.6 update, Hello Games has proven itself eager to keep supporting all of its games after launch. While No Man’s Sky caused controversy by launching without promised features, meaning the developer had a lot of ground to make up, The Last Campfire had no such release woes. It seems like post-launch support is something that Hello Games wants to excel at and be known for.

Here’s hoping Hello Games’ enthusiasm for dropping big updates post-launch continues with all of its future projects.

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