Deathloop is getting reward from nearly everybody who performs it, however the PC model has a couple of issues. The worst of those is a camera stutter that occurs nearly each time gamers transfer their mouse. It’s a particularly irritating difficulty, however one which Arkane hopes to have fastened with a new patch launched on Tuesday.
According to the patch notes that Arkane launched with the brand new update, Tuesday’s hotfix goals to handle points that PC gamers have had the place “mouse-based camera movements could result in the appearance of ‘stutter.’” That’s plenty of qualifiers to parse, nevertheless it looks as if Arkane is saying that these aren’t really body fee stutters, they only have the “appearance” of them. Whatever the issue was, hopefully this patch makes it really feel somewhat higher.
While the camera drawback could be solved, it isn’t the one drawback with Deathloop’s PC port. Arkane additionally explains within the patch notes that it’s trying into different issues as properly. For occasion, once you play Deathloop at a particularly excessive body fee, the game additionally encounters a stutter. In our expertise the game grew to become almost unplayable at 240 fps due to this difficulty, nevertheless it was tremendous when locked at 140 fps. In Tuesday’s patch notes, Arkane mentioned that it thinks it’s recognized the issue and can update gamers when it has extra data.
Even if there are nonetheless a couple of issues, the excellent news is Arkane appears to be engaged on them and attempting to make the PC port as easy as attainable for gamers.