Highwire Games has pushed out a new update for its long-awaited PSVR exclusive adventure game Golem. We’ve waited years and years, and now we finally have it. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been a flawless release, and a few niggling problems held the game back at launch, as you can read in our Golem PSVR review.
Thankfully, it looks like Highwire Games is on the ball. The latest Golem update, version 1.02, brings a slew of fixes, tweaks, and improvements. One of the bigger talking points is that Golem resurrects the ancient Nav controller. You know what that is, right? It’s the controller that released with the PS Move wand controllers for PS3. Yeah, it’s a decade old, and we’re still using them! I still have mine, but I honestly can’t remember the last time it got any use. Now I have a great reason to use it. If you’re looking for a cheap Nav controller, you can pick them up on Amazon, though you might be best rummaging through charity shops and jumble sales to get a bargain.
Golem PSVR Update Version 1.02 Patch Notes
- Corrections to trademark usage
- Re-enabling Left Hand Mode
- Infinite music after skipping combat
- Decreasing weapon roll damping
- Instant registration of combat trophies
- Advertising DS4 movement options
- Suppressing Incline Controls while using DS4 movement
- An option to disable adaptive turning
- Navigation controller support
- Collision fixes in the city
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and perf improvements
Did Golem initially put you off with its cumbersome controls? Will you be diving back into the mysterious city of golems? Let us know down below.
Source: Pure PSVR