Slocap has some big gaming this week. The Paris-based developer has released its latest patch 1.05 update for its action role-playing gameAbsolver.”

According to DualShockers, the patch 1.05 goes live this week on PC, adding some improvement and important bug fixes on board. Fans could expect some big changes. More importantly, it addressed the stability and server performance issues.

About the action RPG Absolver

Developed by Sloclap and published by Devolver Digital, "Absolver" is a martial arts-focused action role-playing game for PS4 and Windows PC.

The game takes place in the ruins of the fallen Adal Empire, where players start the game with a mysterious mask.

In “Absolver,” players control warrior characters that fight other players and AI-controlled characters in the game. Players can also customize their character's fighting style, which is known as move set, and character can also equip a weapon. Absolver’s story is focused mainly on the human development of the playable characters as they fight for survival in the collapsed Adal Empire.

The Paris-based developer started its work on “Absolver” in May 2015. The developer's initial goal was to have fluid, dynamic movement, similar to dance. The game was built, using the Unreal Engine 4, a game engine developed by Epic Games.

"Absolver" was first announced at the June 2016 E3 event and was released in August 2017. To date, “Absolver” is one of the biggest game releases for publisher Devolver Digital.

What to expect from the newly released update

As mentioned earlier on Absolver’s blog, the latest patch 1.05 goes live this week. This week’s patch 1.05 brought some general stability improvements along with crucial bug fixes.

These include matchmaking improvements, bug fixes for server connection, fully updated boss progression, improved invitation, game corruption prevention, and general fixes when joining a school. In addition to the newly released update, Slocap also confirmed there would be another update, patch 1.06, coming next week.

The game developer has been criticized for not addressing key issues.

Reports of technical problems have not helped "Absolver" regarding active Steam users. According to Steamcharts, the game has experienced a massive drop, from a heady 19,000 Steam players to a mere 2,400 active users yesterday. The developer hopes that the newly released update would stabilize things, and help the game find its footing.