The developer is also considering “a separate, but related issue” that could be causing the frame to stutter.
Bethesda has released an update for deathloop On PC which targets the stuttering issues of the frame that the players have been facing since the launch of the game.
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As mentioned in the shared patch Steam, hotfix 1.708.4.0 “Addresses an issue experienced by some players on PC that could cause “stutter” to appear as a result of mouse-based camera movement.
“In addition, we are considering a separate, but related issue, which we have identified as a factor that may also cause stuttering at higher framerates,” the note said.
“We will update more on this as we have more information.”
Since launch, PC users have been complaining of frame stutter, which led to deathloop Review-bombed on Steam, although the game currently has a “mostly positive” rating.
Although it has not been officially confirmed, most of the negative reviews believe that the performance issues are caused by running the game with anti-piracy software. Hackers Previously Claimed DRM Software Is Responsible for PC Stutter Resident Evil Village.
Courtney Craven, website owner CanIPlaythat.com, listed a number of issues with the time-loop shooter, including poor text choices, an inability to remap buttons, while PS5 menu navigation is also limited to using the onscreen cursor.
Elsewhere, Sonic co-creator Yuji Naka has called for a $430,000 auction sale of a copy of Sonic the Hedgehog a scam”.
The veteran developer recently confirmed that he is working solo to develop a new game for mobile after leaving Square Enix. balan wonderworld.