It appears as if at least one dude at Fatshark Games isn't cozying up with a warm blanket on a beautiful beach after the successful PC release of Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West. According to a recent PR blast, Fatshark has released "multiple patches" for the Team Fortress 2-style Wild West shooter to keep users happy and fragging.
Some of the new features brought about post-launch includes in-game chat and friend inviting. Classes have received some overhauls in addition to that boring technical stuff, but don't fret: the raccoon cap is still a thing the sniper wears. We're just talking general balance tweaks here.
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