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The Cycle: Frontier Patch 1.3.10 Arrives on July 27 – Notes included

This update further improves the anti-cheat detection and fixes some minor bugs.

We haven’t forgotten about The Cycle: Frontier and the developers haven’t forgotten about their game either. After countless hours battling against cheaters, Yager has decided to further improve the anti-cheat detection via a new update (1.3.10) scheduled for July 27.

While tomorrow’s update is a small one, it includes three different segments that are being addressed. Aside from the anti-cheat improvement, the bug that was causing backpacks to disappear on pick-up will finally get unrooted. Patch 1.3.10 will also serve as a gateway for the next update, including some fundamentals that will support and ease the deployment of patch 1.4.0.

Below you can find the complete changelog for The Cycle: Frontier update 1.3.10.

The Cycle: Frontier 1.3.10 Patch Notes

We have a very quick update coming up tomorrow to fix an important issue we have been dealing with lately. There will also be a good amount of internal preparation that will not affect the game directly as we are building the framework for future improvements with patch 1.4.0.

Changes

  • Update of our internal anti-cheat detection.

Bugfixes

  • Fixed the issue where backpacks would disappear when picked up.

MISC

  • As mentioned above, this patch will also prepare the way for patch 1.4.0 coming up later.


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