Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City gets patched up

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While Resident Evil fans recoiled at the site of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City and even the developers of the game, Slant Six, have had to let go of a number of their employees, Capcom still stated that the game was successful and they are apparently continuing to support the title as they have just released a patch to fix up a number of the game’s issues.

The patch fixes issues with the game’s matchmaking system, AI and other fixes. Unfortunately the only details about the patch are very vague, though they do include fixes that allow players to pick up items while running and take cover after diving. The full list of vague notes can be seen below:

  • Improved matching. Easier to connect and added each user’s NAT info to main menu for easier troubleshooting.
  • Matchmaking from invites improved.
  • Ally AI improved
  • Enemy AI and responses improved
  • Adjusted various elements of weaponry, including ammo count, knockdown distance, weapon respawn times etc
  • Improved aiming/fire accuracy
  • Items can be picked up while dashing
  • Infinite CQC combo addressed (can’t string together endless attacks)
  • Players can take cover immediately following a dive
  • Also a fair number of bugs addressed
After playing games since a young age and getting into anime a bit later on its been time to write about a little bit of everything.

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