Deathloop obtained a hotfix for PC on Tuesday to fight a widespread stuttering difficulty.
The patch notes for the new update deal with potential stutter when shifting the digicam in-game with a mouse. The patch notes additionally point out that the builders are conscious of stuttering at excessive framerates and are working to repair the issue.
“This hotfix addresses a difficulty skilled by some gamers on PC whereby mouse-based digicam motion may consequence within the look of ‘stutter,'” the patch notes learn. “Additionally, we’re wanting right into a separate, however associated difficulty that we’ve recognized as an element which will even be a reason behind stuttering at excessive framerates. We will replace additional on this as quickly as we’ve extra data.”
The stuttering difficulty on PC has been prevalent for the reason that sport’s launch on September 14. Many individuals blamed the Denuvo anti-piracy software program within the sport, though testers have noted that it may be a different issue involving the framerate, which the brand new patch notes agree with.
While Deathloop itself has obtained constructive suggestions from the gaming neighborhood and critics, together with a glowing 10/10 review from IGN, the sport has obtained some criticism. Gamers with disabilities have called to attention Deathloop’s disappointing button customization and menu navigation.
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Deathloop is offered now on PC and PlayStation 5 with Nvidia Reflex recently adding support for Deathloop. Check out what’s included in Deathloop’s deluxe edition before making a purchase.
If you have already got the sport, then go to IGN’s Deathloop wiki with a full walkthrough and tricks to make it by way of the sport.
Petey Oneto is a contract author for IGN.