All patch notes for Coral Island Hotfix v1.0-935 on Xbox – Bug and lag fixes

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With the many complaints about Coral Island on console, Stairway Games has now issued Hotfix v1.0-935 for bug and lag fixes on Xbox, and has shared all the patch notes.

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While this hotfix may not get rid of all the issues players are having on Xbox with Coral Island, it’s a good start. Let’s go through the patch notes.

Coral Island Xbox Hotfix v1.0-935 patch notes revealed

Here we have all the patch notes for the Coral Island Hotfix v1.0-935 on Xbox, mainly for bug and lag fixes. This is right from the Coral Island Discord server. If you’re playing this farming and life sim on your Xbox, you’re probably interested in knowing what issues got fixed. Here’s the list of patch notes.

All patch notes for Coral Island Hotfix v1.0-935 on Xbox - Bug and lag fixes
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Hotfix v1.0-935 patch notes

Bugfix:

  • Fixed bugs in the inventory UI where item icons were stuck in the top left corners.
  • Addressed most of the incorrect audio issues.
  • Resolved the problem where monsters disappeared when players exited and re-entered the mines.
  • Fixed an issue causing bats to move out of range and get stuck.
  • Disabled item changes during hammer attack charging to prevent problematic player movement.
  • Made previously unattainable cooking achievements now achievable.
  • Corrected the dash command in bonk skeleton practice mode, which incorrectly prompted exiting practice.
  • Resolved an issue where items got lost after being moved in the shed.
  • Fixed item duplication during ranch upgrades.
  • Addressed dislocated items when moving them from the architect’s desk.
  • Resolved cooking recipe controller input issues.
  • Fixed the Mythical Pet triggering multiple cutscenes when planted in the greenhouse.
  • Fixed a crash occurring when trying to add cooking ingredients without quality (e.g., Pink Diamond).
  • TV shows should now display correct images (previously black).

Improvements:

  • General performance enhancements. Some lag issues should now be resolved.
  • The controller input threshold, a.k.a. dead zone, is now 0.3, enhancing responsiveness.

Balancing:

  • Monster Scents can now be unlocked once you reach combat master levels 4, 6, 7, and 9.

Localizations:

  • Minor localization fixes.

Known issues:

  • Museum cutscenes crashing after completing 10 donations. This issue will be addressed in the next release.
  • House decor controller issue persists. We’re still working on a fix.

Many players on Xbox were experiencing things like audio issues, as well as item duplication. Other noticeable things are the general performance enhancements, such as the resolved lag issues. With many players on this Reddit post discussing their thoughts on the fixes, it seems like there are still some bugs left to squash.

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Coral Island is available on Steam, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5.

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