Stray Update 1.03 Deployed On August 3rd For New Bug Fixes

Stray's latest patch includes a list of fixes and improvements

August 4, 2022

Annapurna Interactive has deployed a brand new update for their hit indie game, Stray. The new patch went live for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC on August 3rd and includes a small list of fixes.

Although we’ve still got the likes of God of War: Ragnarok and Hogwarts Legacy releasing later this year, Stray was one of 2022’s most anticipated titles for many gamers. The unique gameplay style and setting had fans’ attention from the moment it was announced back in 2020.

Of course, it’s rare for a game to release without a few bugs and glitches. Thankfully, Annapurna Interactive aims to rectify any issues players have across all platforms. With update 1.03, various fixes for glitching through the world, going out of bounds, typos, and more were included. Fans of Stray can check out the official patch notes for the latest update below.


Stray Update 1.03 Patch Notes For August 3rd

Below you will find the official 1.03 patch notes for the latest Stray update, which was deployed for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC on August 3rd:

Thank you all for all the amazing bug reports, crash dumps and well wishes! We’re all excited to bring you Patch 3 which handles a lot more issues you all have been reporting. We’ll be continuing to look into things so please send us your dumps, dxdiags and reports as before.

  • Various fixes for falling through the world (we’ve tried to preserve speed runner skips)
  • Additional fixes for GPU crash on boot issues
  • Fix for the cat going out of bounds when jumping on gutters
  • Fix for the cat going out of bounds when landing on barrells
  • Improve low FPS camera controls w/ keyboard and mouse
  • Fix getting stuck on giving Seamus the tracker
  • Fix being able to talk to mahjong players during the breakdown
  • Fix multiple issues around VR headset render context issues
  • Fix various Polish typos
  • Fix various French typos
  • and more!

The above patch notes were taken directly from the official Steam Store Page for Stray. Annapurna Interactive’s latest indie adventure game is available to purchase now via the PlayStation Store or Steam, and is also available as part of the PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium Tiers.

Kyle Knight

Kyle (He/Him) is a Film and TV graduate from Coventry. He's a PC enthusiast with a not so enthusiastic PC and is all about triple-A titles!

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