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Guerrilla Games has released patch 1.05 for Killzone: Shadow Fall, which adds support for left-handed controllers, shortens the end of campaign chapter seven, Secure the Target, and introduces a couple of bug fixes.

“Patch v1.05 should download and install automatically, but in rare instances where this doesn’t happen you may encounter an error message when you try to enter a multiplayer match,” the developer said. “If this is the case, please reboot your PS4 to begin the patch installation process. The integrity fix included with patch v1.05 will prevent this error from reoccurring in the future.”

The patch includes the following bug fixes:

  • Several UI issues fixed
  • Error messages in Multiplayer amended to have better indication of the error
  • Edge-case crashes related to friends lists fixed
  • Additional integrity fixes for the patching system

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Killzone: Shadow Fall Patch 1.05 Adds Left-Handed Controller Support

By Matthew Bennett | 11/29/2013 09:29 AM PT

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Guerrilla Games has released patch 1.05 for Killzone: Shadow Fall, which adds support for left-handed controllers, shortens the end of campaign chapter seven, Secure the Target, and introduces a couple of bug fixes.

“Patch v1.05 should download and install automatically, but in rare instances where this doesn’t happen you may encounter an error message when you try to enter a multiplayer match,” the developer said. “If this is the case, please reboot your PS4 to begin the patch installation process. The integrity fix included with patch v1.05 will prevent this error from reoccurring in the future.”

The patch includes the following bug fixes:

  • Several UI issues fixed
  • Error messages in Multiplayer amended to have better indication of the error
  • Edge-case crashes related to friends lists fixed
  • Additional integrity fixes for the patching system
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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89