X Rebirth Update 1.20 fixes even more horrible bugs


By on December 18, 2013 at 1:59 pm

Another patch has come down for X Rebirth, filled to the brim with more fixes for the unfortunately buggy game. Naturally the update will be applied the next time you run Steam – if it isn’t go check your download queue. Will it be enough to make the game worth playing? Sad to say, probably not.

• Fixed several more causes of crashes and freezes.
• Fixed mouse controls not working after loading certain savegames.
• Fixed trade ships getting stuck after upgrade.
• Fixed skipping trade menu when going back to it.
• Fixed graphics options not setting correct shaders.
• Fixed missing build notifications from architects in other sectors.
• Fixed player trade ships trying to trade with enemy stations.
• Fixed menus showing out of date info about build progress.
• Fixed trades in another sector taking too long.
• Fixed upkeep mission to deliver architect to builder ship not ending.
• Fixed player ships not being returned during plot missions (will not re-create ships already lost, sorry).
• Improved ship movement in certain situations.
• Improved logic for station owned miners.
• Cell Recharge (fuel) stations in Omicron Lyrae now require Bofu instead of Food Rations.
• Various performance improvements (should be most noticeable when shadows are NOT enabled).

10 comments (Leave your own)

I’ve progressed quite far into the campaign now.. I’ve liked that these patches work with your current game (so I’d login and the issue stopping me from moving ahead would fix itself in front of me).

Game is getting better and better, this is a dev team that supports their product.

Get in!


Murray Hibble,

No thanks, I’ll wait till either a) Star Citizen comes out or b) It’s not so dick-punchingly bad and full of bugs.


Murray Hibble,

I’ll get back to you at v12.00. Also, encouraging people to give money to this developer is morally unsound. The software should be distributed for free with the option of making a donation if you happen to enjoy terrible game design (thankfully hidden by all the bugs).

I just wish I’d bought Ashes Cricket in time so I could see an even bigger train wreck than X


But… my game works. Sure, there’s been the odd-crash and, up until the last patch, a mission bug that prevented me from advancing.. but I’ve been doing heaps of stuff in game and having a grand old time of it.


Murray Hibble,

You’re one of the lucky few. It’s not even a month old, and there are less than 500 people playing.


Murray Hibble,

What’s up with your name coming up as Murray Hibble instead of DarkMellie?


My posting profile here is linked to my reviews/previews. Has to come up as my real name.


Murray Hibble,

No thanks, I’ll wait till either a) Star Citizen comes out or b) It’s not so dick-punchingly bad and full of bugs.

Pretty much exactly this. Was thinking this would be a great tie-over until Star Citizen, but I don’t want to play if it’s this bug riddled. QA much.


God damnit. I want this game so bad, but I want to also be able to play it :S


Murray Hibble: Game is getting better and better, this is a dev team that supports their product.

Get in!

If it comes up on sale I will

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