Update 1.3.0 für Immortals Fenyx Rising veröffentlicht

Verbesserungen bei Performance & Stabilität

Ubisoft hat das Update 1.3.0 für "Immortals Fenyx Rising" veröffentlicht, das Verbesserungen bei Performance und Stabilität vornimmt. Außerdem wird auf die kommende Erweiterung "The Lost Gods" vorbereitet.



  • Nintendo Switch: 2.97 GB
  • PlayStation 4: 4.82 GB
  • PlayStation 5: 3.18 GB
  • Xbox One: 5.74 GB
  • Xbox Series X|S: 5.82 GB
  • PC: 4.9 GB


  • Added support for the new “The Lost Gods” additional content.
  • Stability improvements.
  • Performance improvements.


  • Addressed an issue where Fenyx where combat mode would disable after being ejected from Ajax’s Fort.
  • Addressed an issue preventing "Saving Our Hides" quest to start.
  • Addressed an issue where Fenyx could not interact with the portal in the "Family Emergency" quest.
  • Addressed an issue preventing the player to turn in the "Spring Hope Eternal" quest.
  • Addressed various progression issues with "A New God" additional content.
  • [FIXED] Resolved an issue that could cause the quest "A Tale of Fire and Lightning" not to be available after being acquired through Ubisoft Connect.
  • [FIXED] Resolved an issue where the player does not have the relics in its inventory during the "It belongs in a Museum... err... Pantheon!" quest.


  • Addressed an issue where Fenyx would not receive Elektrum from a Live Quest.
  • Added a check to ensure that looted Darkside Axe Set skin are granted to Fenyx.


  • Addressed an issue where Athena’s final blessing was not awarded to the player.
  • Addressed an issue where Medusa would stop taking damage from Fenyx.
  • Addressed an issue where the player can assign the same button for Jump and Glide, breaking the Glide action.
  • Removed a mysterious mount that made the game crash - we sent it back to the DLC where it belongs
  • Addressed an issue that would cause the game to crash more often on quality mode on ps5


  • [Mouse and Keyboard] Added an option to allow dodge disabling by double pressing a direction button.
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