Inferno Climber leaves Steam Early Access on September 9

Action RPG's full release dated.

Inferno Climber

Inferno Climber, the PC survival action RPG from Arc System Works, will leave Steam Early Access and launch as a full release on September 9, the developer announced.

Additionally, Arc System Works released an update to Early Access users today containing a new area and bug fixes. Here are the patch notes:

New Additions

  • New area added! Player could now access lava area via the Thirsty Canal.

Fixes and Adjustments

  • Fixed bug whereby Sand Dwelling Fish could be launched high up into the air.
  • Fixed bug whereby Sand Dwelling Fish could not be targeted.
  • Fixed issue whereby player could access locked area via shortcuts.
  • Fixed typo in egg freshness representation in item book.
  • Fixed issue whereby parts of the level in Thirsty Canal is not appearing.
  • Fixed issue whereby arrow could be shot through the ceiling at times.
  • Fixed issue in ‘Seeking’ skill whereby arrow continues to moves after hitting a wall.
  • Fixed issue whereby new Lantern only refill up to 999 instead of the full capacity.
  • Fixed level terrains whereby player could access unintended areas.
  • Edited various English mistranslations.

Visit the game’s official website here.

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