The update adds a slew of performance improvements and sets the stage for better searches
Latest escape from tarkov The patch notes for update 12.11.5 detail a host of performance and bug fixes and lay the groundwork for some more significant changes down the line.
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Battlestate Games has been released patch notes Update to 0.12.11.5, which mainly fixes bugs and improves overall optimization of escape from tarkov.
This includes adjustments that “reduce the amount of RAM consumed after finishing a raid”, as well as several other changes meant to enable players to load into raids faster.
A new setting – “Enable hideout pre-load” – will let players pre-load hideouts to avoid additional loading screens, although this can be disabled to reduce the time it takes to load in the main menu. Is.
One of the most significant changes in update 0.12.11.5 is that each weapon now has a “maximum single fire rate parameter”, which will vary between each gun and ensure that the player can use macros to fire weapons at impossibly fast speeds. Can’t fire from.
Update installation is complete. Enjoy the game!
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Behind the scenes, several logic changes mean there should be fewer annoying crashes or freezing when trying to deal with the stash and inventory menus.
Apart from some significant performance improvements, the patch notes also tease some more important stuff to come in the future. Update 0.12.11.5 has moved the AI of all NPC characters (Scavs, Raiders and Bosses) to a new “technology platform”, which allows Battlestate games to “increase the number of scavs in a single raid in the future” and “increase the number of scavs in a single raid”. “will allow. the complexity of their behavior”.
The patch notes also say that the team has “completely redesigned the search engine”, which will improve stability within the search system “and facilitate the creation of more diverse and engaging search mechanics in the future”.
NS escape from tarkov The update also fixes a long line of minor bugs, including flashlight beams shining through walls and factory boss Tagila getting stuck in a pool.
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