Nightingale runs down some last-minute changes before tomorrow’s early access launch


Who’s ready to plunge into the Victorian sci-fi realms of Nightingale this week? Early access for the multiplayer survival sandbox begins tomorrow, and developer Inflexion Games passed around some last-minute information to prepare the community for this event.

The Day One patch for the game will feature changes stemming from the recent stress test, such as HUD and user interface improvements and limited controller support.

Inflexion said that the Steam Deck should be able to play the game but that it won’t be officially supported until a future date. The studio also removed FSR3 integrations from Nightingale’s build for the time being as that setting was linked to crashes during the testing phase.

Source: Nightingale
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