We released Godot 3.4.1 just a few days ago with a huge array of bugfixes, but a regression was then found for macOS rendering which could cause flickering.

This new Godot 3.4.2 is a hotfix release to solve this and a few other minor issues that were fixed in the meantime. Godot 3.4.2 is a recommended upgrade for all Godot 3.4 and 3.4.1 users.

For a detailed overview of the changes that 3.4.1 included and which are also part of this new release, please read the 3.4.1 release notes.

Download Godot 3.4.2 now or try the online version of the Godot editor.


See the curated changelog, or the full commit history on GitHub for an exhaustive overview of the fixes in this release.

Here are the main changes since 3.4.1-stable:

  • C#: Check that a .csproj exists before trying to edit it (GH-56101).
  • GUI: Fix BaseButton’s localization for tooltip text with shortcut (GH-56109).
  • Input: Revert #55997 “Fixed event spam when using the Nintendo Switch controller” (GH-56029).
    • This reverts a change introduced in 3.4.1 which drastically reduced the sensitivity for analog joysticks.
  • macOS: Fix OpenGL flickering regression (GH-56059).
  • Rendering: GLES2: Fix trunc shader function compilation on Android (GH-56061).
  • XR: Fix size issue for ARVR managed viewport (GH-56072).
  • Thirdparty library updates: mbedtls 2.16.12.
  • API documentation and translation updates.

Known incompatibilities

As of now, there are no known incompatibilities with the previous Godot 3.4.x releases. We encourage all users to upgrade to 3.4.2.

If you experience any unexpected behavior change in your projects after upgrading to 3.4.2, please file an issue on GitHub.


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