Hands up if you’re still playing Destruction AllStars? The frantic, car-wrecking multiplayer title is still in its infancy, but Lucid Games is keeping things ticking with pretty regular updates.
The latest is available now on PlayStation 5.
While the patch notes for update 1.2.4 aren’t terribly exciting, it’s another important step in the right direction. Highlights in this update include a server region for Australia, the ability to change your server location in the settings, and a bunch more fixes for game crashes.
🔷 Players now need to wait for the game to fully download before joining a party.🔹 This prevents a crash whereby players could enter matchmaking before finishing their download.— Lucid Games (@LucidGamesLtd) February 17, 2021
So far, these patches have addressed the community’s issues with the game, but hopefully some more elaborate changes and additions are made soon.
The developer has promised there will be plenty of new content coming down the line, including new characters, modes, and more. Fingers crossed these things aren’t too far away.