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Alpha 15.2 Is Out!
« am: Sonntag, 05.Feb 2017 - 11:44 Uhr »
Alpha 15.2 Release Notes


Horde difficulty does not adjust correctly for a party with multiple players together
Player planted corn disappears immediately
Using a bow results in multiple arrows being visible from another Player’s perspective
User login phase updated, including fixes for users of Steam’s family sharing as well as improved kick feedback
Cancelled arrow does not visually unload from bow
Custom modded UMA zombies not using external atlas

Known issues:

Several duping issues
Terrain clipping to see underground buildings and caves
UMA zombies are missing the HeadGore bone, this needs to be added to correctly show the flesh cap on the neck when the head is removed
Auger, chainsaw and nailgun use the Gun Smithing crafting skill and the blunderbuss Weapon Smithing.

Known Crashes:

OSX: Game crashing on startup if multiple monitors are attached and not set to mirrored
Linux: Graphics corruption on some GPUs
Windows: Game crashing after entering a game on old NVIDIA drivers (34x series)
Possible solutions

Switch to the GLCore renderer in the game launcher (see below)
Windows only: Try the 32 Bit engine from the game launcher (see below)
Clean up old game data (e.g. from the “Tools” tab in the game launcher)
Show the game launcher
Open the Steam client
Switch to the Games Library
Right click “7 Days to Die” and select “Show Game Launcher”
If any of the above issues are fixed by one of the above options, please report in the PC Support Forum Section of the forum. If none of these help use the PC Bugs Forum Section and post your problems, make sure to read the sticky thread about bug reporting first though!

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