Zenith: The Last City has a new code of conduct for its in-game community, as well as some important updates on future updates and the end of support for some legacy hardware.
The Ramen VR team is still preparing for the release of upcoming major update 1.3, Skyward Summit, and admittedly have begun to run into issues making sure the update runs across all hardware. For those who are playing on PS VR1 and Quest 1, this means that ongoing support will come to an end. PS VR 1 will keep Minor update 1.2.2 going forward. Those left on 1.2.2 on PSVR 1 will be on their own dedicated shards.
Both of these platforms will have support end for different reasons. Support for PS VR 1 is ending because 1.3 isn’t working on PS Move controllers. For Quest 1, support is being dropped because about 98% players on Quest are already on Quest 2, and devoting resources to the platform where almost every Quest user is already is going to make support there better. For Quest 1, the Zenith app itself will stop working in September. PS VR 1 users can continue playing on 1.2.2.
Ramen VR does note that if anyone affected does want to play on a supported platform going forward, their characters will be waiting for them.
With these announcements out of the way, the team promises more on 1.3 very soon, including a release window.
The team has also released an updated code of conduct for the in-game community. This follows a recent introduction of an AI-assisted voice chat moderation tool. Guidelines cover prohibited things like using exploits, whether you are gaining extra items, dodging cooldowns, or using unintended areas of the map that make you invulnerable in encounters. They’ve also clarified that some third-party tools used for quality of life type modifications, such as for the UI, are still permitted.
You can read the new guidelines, which are being implemented going forward, at Zenith: The Last City.