Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) community manager Jamie Brayshaw has confirmed that the upcoming patch for MotorStorm: Pacific rift is nearing completion and will be released “in the near future.”
Speaking on the official PlayStation Blog, Brayshaw said, "The first major update for MotorStorm Pacific Rift is currently in the final stages of development and testing.”
"This update contains many improvements and amendments to the game, as well as fixes to several issues reported on the forum, and is scheduled for release in the near future,” he added.
The patch will include the following:
-Restrictions to the copying of Saved Data have been removed:
This will make it possible for Saved Data to be backed up and then restored to the User Account it was created under (whether that’s on the same PLAYSTATION 3 or not).
– Changes to the way the game handles data:
These changes will help to prevent Saved Data corruption.
– Visual notification of critical save progress has been added:
A ‘MotorStorm Helmet’ icon will be displayed on-screen to warn users that critical data is being saved. This is in addition to the HDD Access light which currently flashes while the game makes a critical save.
– The glitch which enables a player to exploit the Boost system has been removed:
The development team are working to identify which times have been achieved using this glitch; Action will be taken to ensure that the Leaderboards become genuinely competitive again.
– Time Attack times and Rank information will update correctly for all players:
Any pending Time Attack times will begin to filter through systematically and the online Ranks should display correctly once the update is released.
– Additional fixes and improvements to gameplay:
Many thanks for your feedback on these and other issues so far; we are still investigating the other issues that have been brought to our attention.