PC version updated to fix the stuttering – Nerd4.life

PC version updated to fix the stuttering – Nerd4.life
PC version updated to fix the stuttering – Nerd4.life

The PC version of Deathloop it was updated again to fix the stuttering problems that are hurting the experience of some players. The so-called hotfix 1.708.4.0 fixes camera clicks related to mouse movement.

Arkane Studios, the developer, also said they are looking for why the game snaps when the framerate it’s too high. As soon as he has identified it, he will make it known to the players, who in the meantime wanted to thank for the patience shown and for the support provided, providing information and participating in the beta of the hotfix last week.

Deathloop is one first person shooter focused on time loops, which by quality could be one of the games of 2021. Launched on PC and PS5 on September 14, 2021, it has received very positive reviews, but has been reported for several problems, especially on PC, fortunately all in the process of being resolution.

If you want to know more about the game, read our Deathloop review, in which we wrote:

Deathloop is not perfect, the artificial intelligence is not among the best, the choice of weapons and powers could have been improved, but, at the end of the day, we find in our hands a work that has been able to kidnap us with an incredible story, told in a sublime way and with an excellent amount of twists. Over twenty hours of gameplay and never a single moment where we felt lost, if not by clear will of the developers, or bored, despite the freedom left to the player is practically total. We always ask development studios for innovation, courage in trying new paths, new ideas that try to revolutionize the video game market and today we want to praise those ideas net of defects, rewarding the unique experience in the panorama for a title capable of making you explode the fireworks in the brain. We badly needed it.


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