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Control’s upcoming patch is finally going to make the map readable

Control is one in all final yr’s greatest video games, however that doesn’t imply it’s good. One of the largest complaints gamers have had about Remedy’s mind-bending motion sport is that the in-game map was method too exhausting to learn. In the game’s upcoming patch, Remedy goes to handle the issue and make the map a little bit bit simpler to make use of.

Complaints about Control’s map began as quickly as the sport was launched. In reality, only a few days after launch, Remedy put out a press release to let followers know that the developer was already planning on fixing the map. The important objective of that replace wasn’t to repair how troublesome the map was to learn, however reasonably how usually it didn’t load — a barely greater downside. Remedy launched the repair for the map failing to load in September.

Now that the map masses, Remedy is definitely taking intention on the map’s readability. In a video released on Monday morning, Remedy outlined the objectives of the upcoming patch, which included displaying off the brand new map UI which appears to do a greater job of highlighting the varied ranges of the Oldest House.

The patch is scheduled to drop on March 26, the identical day that Control’s first enlargement can be launched on the Epic Games Store and PlayStation 4. The enlargement known as The Foundation and can delve deep into the bottom ranges of the Oldest House in order that Jesse can uncover its secrets and techniques. That means ranges are certain to get a little bit complicated, and the brand new and improved map ought to assist out with that.

Along with the map adjustments, this patch additionally brings a couple of different updates to Control. The largest addition to the sport is a brand new capability known as Shield Rush that can permit protagonist Jesse to drag rubble from across the setting to make a defend in-front of herself then rush head-first into enemies. The patch may even revise the flexibility tree and add a characteristic to let gamers relocate Jesse’s capability factors. Finally, Remedy is including Nvidia DLSS 2.zero for gamers with RTX graphics playing cards.

The patch is scheduled to go stay on all consoles and PC, together with Xbox One which gained’t get The Foundation till June 25.

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