Developer Subset Games has dropped an update for the PC version of Into the Breach that makes a few adjustments to the turn-based strategy game, such as reducing the cost of all in-game weapons.
In an effort to “encourage more risk-free experimentation of weapons during a run,” the studio has decided to reduce weapon cost to one Reputation. Now, players will be able to purchase any in-game weapon for one Reputation without having to wait for the occasional “sale.” This is the patch’s headlining feature.
Subset said that the patch, version 1.2, “should be available on most PC storefronts immediately.” The Nintendo Switch version has been “temporarily delayed,” and while a reason has not been provided, the studio said that it should “hopefully be ready soon.”
The update also added nine new languages to Into the Breach–including Japanese, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, and more–implemented a touch interface for PC devices with touchscreens, “modernized the backend engine” to bring the game’s tech up-to-date, and more. You can check out the full patch notes below.
In GameSpot’s Into the Breach review, we gave the game a 9/10, saying, “Into The Breach is a pristine and pragmatic tactical gem with dynamic conflicts that will inspire you to jump back in again, and again, and again.” It’s also one of our favorite games of 2018.