Frozenbyte has just released a PC and Mac update for Trine 2 and its DLC pack Trine 2: Goblin Menace on Steam. The update was released yesterday, but today Frozenbyte pushed out a hotfix for a minor issue that was found in the update. The new update from yesterday includes a number of different achievement and gameplay fixes while also improving the audio and multiplayer capabilities.
The developer has said that all of these fixes are in addition to the Goblin Menace DLC launch update that had brought a number of different features for anyone who owned Trine 2 to try out. That includes an arrow indicator that will drastically help players in multiplayer find their teammates, a new controller configuration menu to help with keyboard and gamepad setup. There’re a many more features that were added, which you can check out on the Trine 2 website in their official changelog.
Frozenbyte also announced the Trine 2: Directors Cut for the Nintendo Wii U as well as other platforms. For the Wii U, Frozenbyte is aiming to release on November 18th to coincide with the console launch. As for the Mac App Store, Goblin Menace should be releasing within a month as an in-App purchase. Finally, while Valve may have forgotten about Linux users, Frozenbyte certainly have not. One of the new platforms fans will be able to enjoy Trine 2 on will be Linux. No official release date has been provided for the Linux version but Frozenbyte have said that the game should be ready to release in a month or two.