Helldivers 2 Patch 1.000.13 Resolves Post-AFK Kick Bugs & More

Devs are working on addressing other problems.

Story Highlights

  • A new patch for Helldivers 2 resolves various post-AFK bugs and improves general stability.
  • Several known fixes are being worked on and will be addressed in later updates.
  • The game continues to enjoy critical and commercial success despite initial server issues.

Arrowhead has released Helldivers 2 Patch 1.000.13, focusing on resolving various Post-AFK Kick bugs and improving various aspects of the game. According to the patch notes, the update mainly focuses on bug resolution and overall improvements to provide a stable user experience.

Helldivers 2 v1.000.13 Patch Notes
Helldivers 2 v1.000.13 Patch Notes

Helldivers 2 Patch 1.000.13 primarily tackles issues experienced by players who were kicked for extended inactivity. These fixes eliminate the glitches occurring after an AFK kick such as glitches allowing unlimited stratagem use after, missing equipment problems, and the persistent purple question marks.

Beyond addressing post-AFK kick concerns, Patch 1.000.13 brings several other improvements. Players on the PS5 will benefit from a smoother login experience with faster loading times etc. Additionally, users with AZERTY keyboards can now rebind their Ship HUD shortcuts for improved control.

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Furthermore, Helldivers 2 Patch 1.000.13 resolves the Super Credits and Premium Warbonds problem as well. The aforementioned elements will now display correctly after purchase or collection. It also fixes a potential crash that could occur when a player attempts to change their rank or title.

In addition, the update also adds missing text in the Acquisitions & Social menus along with rectifying a game crash that could happen while browsing the mission Hologram.

Helldivers 2 continues to enjoy critical and commercial success. Despite suffering from staggering server issues, it went on to become the largest launch for a PlayStation on PC by beating out God of War. It them aimed at crushing all-time player peaks of Destiny 2 and Starfield showing how much a live-service game can sell if done right.

Arrowhead’s democracy-loving co-op shooter launched on February 8, 2024, for the PlayStation 5 and PC. 

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