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What's New 2023.3.1

Last updated on June 12, 2024

General updates

Release date: October 2nd, 2023

Component versions

The 2023.3.1 release contains the following component versions:

  • AccelByte Development Toolkit (ADT) Web Portal v1.25.11
  • ADT Hub v1.0.1
  • ADT SDK v2.27.0
  • ADT CLI v2.18.0

Release highlights

New ADT Hub v1.0.0

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We are very excited to announce that we have revamped the design and UI of ADT Hub. The new design and UI will give you better build distribution and playtesting experience. Previously, build channels only contained a single build; now, build channels can contain several builds with various platforms.

To get to know the new ADT Hub, see New ADT Hub v1.0.0 App Layout.


To access the new ADT Hub, you have to update the CLI in your build machine to the latest version and integrate the latest SDK to your game.

ADT SDK Support for UE 5.3

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ADT SDK now supports Unreal Engine (UE) 5.3. The SDK can be integrated with Windows, Windows-server, Linux, Linux-server, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X platforms.

Changes in searching crash events

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We've temporarily disabled the Elastic Search feature due to its inconsistent behavior. We are currently working on improving your search experience for crash events in ADT Web. In the meantime, please note that the wildcard search is currently unavailable and that your search keywords must be case-sensitive. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Bug fix

  • Fixed the issue that caused ADT SDK to not run properly if folders are named in Korean (Hangul) characters. We've also implemented an improvement that now enables support for Arabic, Japanese, Thai, and Russian characters.