In parallel to our work on the upcoming feature releases Godot 3.5 (with a second beta) and 4.0 (now at alpha 4!), we backport important fixes to the stable 3.4 branch for use in production.

Last month’s 3.4.3 release was found to have a few regressions that could affect a lot of users, so we’ve been working on a bugfix-only release to solve those issues and a few other pre-existing issues. All users are advised to upgrade to Godot 3.4.4 for the best possible experience.

Download Godot 3.4.4 now or try the online version of the Godot editor.

Note: The Windows editor binaries are signed with an expired certificate. We will re-sign them as soon as a new certificate is available.

Edit 2022-03-24 @ 12:15 UTC: There was a slight packaging mistake affecting the macOS editor, and the iOS and macOS export templates, as well as a build issue affecting the iOS debug template. These binaries have been updated on the mirror, users who downloaded Godot 3.4.4 before this edit are advised to re-download at least the export templates if they intend to export to iOS.


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

Here are some of the main changes since 3.4.3-stable:

  • Android: Setup logic to publish the Godot Android library to MavenCentral (GH-59146).
  • Animation: Fix cubic interpolate when looping (GH-58651).
  • Audio: Revert “PitchShift effect quality and performance tweaks for different pitch scale values” (GH-58668) [regression fix].
    • This fixed a valid issue while introducing a new one, so it was reverted for the time being until a better fix can be found.
  • Core: Print every file exported with PCKPacker.flush()’s verbose parameter (GH-58520).
  • Core: Fix UndoRedo::create_action() invalid memory usage (GH-58652).
  • Core: Revert “Fix ProjectSettings has_setting() when used on a overriden setting with feature tags” (GH-58859).
  • Core: Fix crash on Input.get_joy_button_index_from_string and Input.get_joy_axis_index_from_string for non-existing key (GH-59195).
  • CSG: Fix visible seam on smoothed sphere, cylinder, and torus shapes (GH-58208, GH-59002).
  • CSG: Fix mixed smoothed and non-smoothed face normals computation for CSG shapes (GH-59039).
  • Editor: Fix showing Extend Script option without script attached to the node (GH-58821).
  • HTML5: Revert “[HTML5] Fetch API now passes credentials.” (GH-58862) [regression fix].
    • This turned out not to be a good option with the current state of the web standard.
  • iOS: Fix multitouch not working correctly (GH-58586) [regression fix].
  • Physics: Fix premature return in GodotPhysics Area call_queries (GH-58531).
  • Physics: Update joints on NOTIFICATION_POST_ENTER_TREE (GH-58642).
  • Portals: Fix duplication of instanced scenes during conversion (GH-58650).
  • Rendering: GLES2: Fix compression on blend shapes (GH-58838).
  • Rendering: GLES2: Fix VersionKey comparison in shader binding (GH-58855).
  • Rendering: GLES2: Fix incorrect buffer upload size in draw_gui_primitive (GH-58150).
  • Rendering: GLES3: Fix shader state caching when blend shapes used (GH-58808) [regression fix].
  • Rendering: GLES3: Fix broken normals in meshes with blend shapes (GH-59159) [regression fix].
  • Rendering: Fix alpha scissor support with depth_draw_opaque (GH-58959).
  • RichTextLabel: Fix shadow color when text has transparency (GH-59054).
  • Windows: Fix reporting of DST in OS.get_datetime() (GH-59223).
  • API documentation 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 3.4.4.

If you experience any unexpected behavior change in your projects after upgrading to 3.4.4, please file an issue on GitHub.


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