Blender 3.1 has just received a "corrective" release fixing over 50 issues and bugs. While Blender 3.1 is not an "LTS" release such as 2.83 and 2.93 (both of which will be supported and updated for two years), the Blender Institute still can elect to have one or two corrective releases for "traditional" versions, a welcome burst of support.
This is a corrective release, meaning it doesn't contain new features, only fixes.
It is highly recommended for everyone currently using Blender 3.1, since this fixes several crashes and improves functionality in many areas. #b3d #DevFund pic.twitter.com/NewcV9UgEm
— Blender (@Blender) April 1, 2022
This particular corrective release fixes over 50 bugs spanning the new OBJ exporter, Grease Pencil, GPU subdivision, and more.
Check out the list of fixes and download the latest Blender version on the links below: