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Splitgate Shuts Down Wall Clipping Exploit With New Update

Splitgate Developer 1047 Games finally addressed the rampant wall clipping exploit that players have been abusing over the past few weeks.

Updated: Feb 15, 2022 1:15 pm
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Splitgate Developer 1047 Games finally addressed the rampant wall clipping exploit that players have been abusing over the past few weeks. Players who go out of bounds will also enter a soft kill zone and if they do not make it back to the map area, they will die in-game in a few seconds. In addition to the exploit fixes, the game also addressed a number of team objective playlist bugs and rotated game modes around ahead of the next season.

What to Expect From Splitgate Patch 1.20?

Splitgate 1.20 updated the number of objects that can be placed on the map from 1200 to 2000. The Map Creator has also been optimized to help players create custom maps to play on with their friends. A number of performance improvements have also been added to the game including CPU and network optimizations which will greatly improve the player experience for players on all platforms.

Splitgate Patch 1.20 Patch Notes

Here are the highlights of the new Splitgate Patch:

  • Renaming Tactical Deathmatch to Sniper Frenzy, removing Swat, and adding Team Snipers.
  • Adding KotH and DOM to the Team Objective Playlist.
  • Replaced Competitive Practice with Team Swat-only Playlist.

Splitgate has the potential to be one of the best FPS games in the market right now and 1047 Studios is taking steps to improve the game for its players. To check out the full official patch notes, click here.

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