The Callisto protocol gets a new game+ and a number of fixes

Alongside a number of fixes that address the Maximum Security Achievement/Trophy bug, The Callisto Protocol’s latest update has added New Game+.

Striking Distance Studios shared the patch notes for the v. 3.01 update on Reddit, and it will finally allow players to jump back into the horrors of The Callisto Protocol after they’ve been credited with all weapons, upgrades, and Callisto credits.

Some of the other fixes include general performance optimizations, players no longer taking damage when jumping over objects, adjustments to voice smoothing and subtitles, and much more.

The full list of changes in update v. 3.01 can be seen below;


  • Users who have previously completed the game will have access to NewGame+ after the update.
    • Restarting the program may be necessary.
    • Requires an active save file from game completion.


  • Fixed an issue where some users were not correctly given the “The Protocol is About Life” achievement
  • Added New Game Plus. Complete the game to unlock New Game Plus and transfer your progress to a new save. All weapons, upgrades and Callisto credits can be collected at the first Reforge
  • General performance optimizations across all platforms
  • Players no longer take damage when jumping over obstacles
  • Fixed several issues where certain camera angles or progression paths could cause environments to flow out and allow Jacob to fall through the ground
  • Consistency pass on cupboards, cabinets and shelves to display correctly in high contrast mode
  • Voice adjustments and inconsistencies in subtitles across localized languages


  • Fixed low frequency crash in the Tunnels level during the Two Head match
  • The Skip Cinematics button is assigned to the Interact/Pickup input
  • Fixed a lengthy issue when enabling Ray-Traced Shadows in the main menu
  • Prevented the mouse pointer from appearing during some area transitions


  • Fixed low frequency crash in Snowcat when Jacob talks to Dani

In our review of The Callisto Protocol, we said it “is a satisfyingly gory spiritual successor to the Dead Space series, but it’s ultimately more of a striking modern imitation than a sinister new mutation.”

For more, check out our performance review of The Callisto Protocol, our full wiki for the game reports that the new title fell short of the company’s sales expectations after being described as a “quadruple-A” game.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Jerk.

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