HighFleet update 1.12 is now available to download on PC (Steam). According to the official HighFleet patch notes, the latest Highfleet patch 1.12 added changes for aircraft and fixed several bugs with the mouse cursor.
Previously, a big update was released with various bug fixes and changes. Unfortunately, since the release, players are facing several issues.
HighFleet patch 1.12 will fix a few of these issues. Read more details below.
HighFleet Patch Notes (August 9, 2021)
- Fixed an error when installing a module in the editor, which led to the incorrect design of the ship.
- Addressed an error where the ship was completely disassembled when clicking on the bridge of the ship.
- Fixed an error that did not allow exiting the editor without saving the design.
- Fixed graphic artifacts in the editor.
- Addressed an error that allowed to set planes vertically with the SHIFT button.
- Fixed an error that allowed you to get an infinite number of any items for free with the SHIFT button.
- Addressed an error with the direction of aircraft and their attachment in the editor.
- Fixed an error with the destruction of the take-off deck at the start of drones.
- Fixed a number of errors with the launch of aircraft during the battle against ships.
- Addressed that aircraft were previously unusable when protecting aircraft carriers from missiles / airstrikes.
- Fixed crash when destroying a squadron that launched aircraft.
- Fixed an error that caused save files to be written to the wrong folder.
- Airplanes have limited cannon ammunition now.
- Fixed an error with a crash after testing an aircraft carrier in the editor.
- Fixed an error that caused the landed ships to be destroyed when other ships were landing.
- Addressed an error with a penalty for ramming when restarting a campaign.
- Fixed an error in the dialogue with Gulaev.
- Fixed an error due to which reinforcements were issued not in Khiva.
- Addressed an error due to which the mouse cursor appeared to be motionless.
Download free Highfleet patch 1.12 on PC (Steam).