Borderlands 2 patched again, fixes credit-trading exploit
Gearbox quick to fix the game.
Gearbox Software has released a new patch for Borderlands 2 on steam, which updates the game to version 1.02. It fixes the credit-trading exploit which would supposedly cause some players to lose all their in-game money.
It was a quick fix for sure, and you can check out the patch notes below. There are still a bunch of exploits to be patched though, and while it’s not as bad as the credit-trading exploit, it still deserves some attention.
You can check out our in-depth guide here which details some of the exploits. The game came out few weeks ago and has been a critical and commercial success; the PC version scoring a wonderful 9/10 here at GamingBolt.
“Gearbox have made a tremendous game which builds upon its predecessor in almost every area, and offers gamers a huge amount of content and replayability,” reads our review.
The patch notes are detailed below, courtesy of Steam; it’s not much, but it just fixes some vital exploits. Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
Borderlands 2 Update 1.0.2:
-Fixed issue with trading negative credit values.
-Fixed issue regarding pre-order incentives.
-Fixed issue regarding connectivity problems involving routers with restricted Firewall UDP settings.