Ether One gets another patch for more fixes.

Update (10.30am GMT) - text input bug now fixed, with latest release.

WhitePaperGames have released their latest patch for their first-person puzzle exploration game Ether One on the PlayStation 4.

The patch (1.03) does introduce a new accidental bug though, causing the PlayStation 4's text input dialog to be disconnected. WhitePaperGames have informed me that another patch will release in the next few days fixing this and containing the same changelog as below.

The Ether One patch v1.03 contains the following changes and additions;

  • Mapboard now remembers its information correctly.
  • Mapboard can now be used to teleport between Harbour, Brimclif, Industrial and Village areas.
  • Autosaving in Harbour, Brimclif Mines, Industrial Centre and Village has been disabled until the cause of the autosave crash is found.
  • Players must change area or manually save in these areas.
  • Player settings are now saved and will be remembered between game sessions.

Again this specific patch introduced a new bug as mentioned above. So if you are just starting Ether One, it is probably best to wait for a few days until it's fixed.

Are you still having problems with Ether One? Let us know in the comments below.


WhitePaperGames is a Manchester based game development team formed in 2012 and known for first-person puzzle title Ether One.

The game has since been ported to the PlayStation 4 and was available as one of the Instant Game Collection titles for PlayStation Plus in May 2015.

News by: David Robinson
Twitter: @5ypher

Posted on 4th June 2015