The software's new version fixes over 70 bugs and issues found in 3.2.
The Blender Foundation announced the release of Blender 3.2.1, a new and improved version of the company's multi-purpose 3D software. Unlike the recently-released enormous 3.2 update, the new version is just a corrective release, meaning it doesn't bring any new features and tools, instead acting as a supplement to the previous version and fixing over 70 bugs and issues found in it. It also fixes several crashes and improves functionality in many areas.
Here's the full list of 3.2.1's fixes: