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Forspoken PC Patch Addresses Performance, More Updates Planned

Square Enix has released a new patch for Abandoned on PC, fixing technical issues and performance issues complained about by PC users. The patch, which updates the game to version 1.03 for PC, fixes a number of bugs that affected PC performance, as well as extending controller and mouse support from par values. current faults. Additionally, Luminous Productions studio head Takeshi Aramaki released a statement promising future improvements and updates for the game.

The patch notes for abandoned on PC can be viewed here, via the game’s Steam page. The most notable fixes are crashes and screen flickering issues when using specific GPUs. The notes only refer to “select Intel GPUs”, but reports from PC users suggest the issues were more prevalent among Intel Arc GPU users. Intel launched the Arc line in early 2022 to compete with Nvidia’s GeForce and ATI’s Radeon graphics cards in the PC gaming space. The game also received fixes regarding its support for players using mouse and keyboard controls, especially those with five-button mice. A bug caused the “side button” setting to disappear when using this type of mouse in-game.

abandoned on PC has also received improvements to make it easier to play on Steam Deck handheld hardware. When set to the platform supported resolution of 1280 x 800, abandonedThe user interface should be displayed in a more readable size. To improve overall PC game performance, the graphics settings have also been updated to reduce the number of characters shown at low LOD settings. on the computer abandoned it has some pretty bizarre system requirements, with recommended specs calling for 24GB of RAM and a GPU equivalent to the Nvidia RTX 3070.

Head of studio for light productions and abandoned Director Takeshi Aramaki also posted a message for fans via the official website. abandoned Twitter account. The post was about the studio’s future plans for the game.

In the post, Aramaki thanked fans for their feedback and feedback on their gaming experiences. abandoned. He said that based on the feedback, the team will prioritize fixing several issues in future updates:

  • General performance improvements
  • Graphics quality improvements
  • Improvements to “operability and usability” (in Japanese, this term is generally used to refer to “controls”, but can encompass more nebulous considerations such as “play feel” or “feedback”)
  • Improvements and additions to game content (things like activities)

Aramaki said the team plans to announce more details about their plans soon and asked fans to wait a bit longer.

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