Life Beyond’s latest patch makes some economy fixes and ironwood beetles less angry


It’s not a particularly large patch as these things go, but Life Beyond has made some noteworthy adjustments in its latest release to both help the game’s economy and as part of the dev team’s plan to improve creature AI.

This new patch fixes an issue that prevented players from selling all of their items at once with an outpost, as well as fixes that stopped weapons and gear from being sold and saw inconsistent item prices depending on the number of items sold. As for the strangely adorable ironwood beetles, they’ll now have a reduced aggro range from 15 meters to 5 meters, and will have them sometimes drop an egg. Players will still want to be careful when trying to grab this egg, however, as any nearby ironwood beetles will attack if they see an egg being looted.

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