Devs pull problematic Alien: Isolation patch from PS4

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Devs pull problematic Alien: Isolation patch from PS4
Following reports of glitches caused by the recent 1.02 update for the PlayStation 4 iteration of Alien: Isolation, developer Creative Assembly has pulled the patch from the PlayStation Network.

"We've discovered an issue with the latest patch (v1.02) for Alien: Isolation on PS4, where some users are having difficulties with playing Mission 5," reads the studio's forum notice. "We're currently working with Sony on a fix and will have that available as soon as possible."

While there's no word on a new, functional update, Creative Assembly urges anyone who updated to 1.02 to roll their game back to 1.01. For those playing Alien: Isolation from a disc, this is as simple as deleting the 1.02 patch from their console, but those using a digital version of the game will need to delete the game itself (making sure not to delete game saves in the process), then download the whole thing again, along with the 1.01 patch.
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