|Patch released for Director's Cut of Deus Ex: Human Revolution|
|Posted: 19.11.2013 04:34 by||Comments: 1|
Eidos Montreal has announced that a new patch for Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut has been released that fixes some of the graphic, sound/music and AI in the game.
Even with the issues corrected by the patch, the developer states that there's still more the studio is working on. "We are still working on a few issues, most crucially the second screen functionality on PC and Xbox. We are collaborating with Intel and Microsoft to provide the full Director's Cut experience to all players as soon as possible," explained Eidos Montreal.
The full change log includes the following updates:
AI Bug Fixes
The Personality Dialog no longer disappears when talking to Chase;
Chet Wagner no longer missing;
Sarif dialog fixed when using pheromones.
Black material - Fixed texture problem on the base of Detroit convenience shops;
Black wall in Sarif HQ near the entrance fixed;
Bright green textures instead of metallic textures in Hengsha kitchens fixed;
Fixed textures tiling issues in Adam's apartment floor and wall, Detroit grass and corridors;
Fixed floor tiling issue in Detroit apartment carpets;
Fixed black material on Tai Yong Medical walls.
Fixed stuck sound issues;
Megan intro music stops playing in the walk and talk;
Fixed audio glitches in level load;
Fixed incoming commentary sound glitch when the system is disabled;
Music no longer stalling when performing an alt-tab.
Features fixes and additions
Setup dialog: now possible to change settings outside of the game;
Text selection language option fixed;
Fixed language switching issues from Steam and in-game;
Some performance optimizations.
Source: Eidos Montreal