Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has been up to date on PC. You already knew that? Oh.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is now even shinier on PC.
In an replace launched on Friday however casually introduced late on Monday, Eidos Montreal has elevated help for DirectX 12 and opened up an opt-in preview department for these eager to see how their rig handles the DirectX 12 Multi-GPU construct of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. The developer suggests making certain your drivers are updated to get essentially the most out of the replace.
Here are the v1.9 construct 582.1_P9 patch notes, exhibiting basic fixes and tweaks based mostly on Deus Ex: Mankind Divided participant suggestions.
- Players can now additionally shut their in-game menus utilizing the keys to open it: TAB / I / M / O / P / L.
- Fixed a problem the place the diagonal stroll velocity was too quick, inflicting Jensen to make noise.
- Fixed a crash on the capturing vary.
- Fixed a problem the place Rucker wouldn’t spawn in sure conditions.
- Fixed a problem the place the tranquilizer rifle would now not shoot in sure conditions.
- Fixed a problem in System Rift the place the “Heat Sensor” technique web page wouldn’t set off after loading a savegame.
- ‘Hold E’ to open Mission Objectives/Pocket Secretaries/Strategy Pages/Etc. are mapped to the TAB key by default. This removes the interference with ‘Hold E’ to tug our bodies.
As famous above, the patch additionally provides help for DirectX 12. Eidos Montreal didn’t go into particulars on how this would possibly enhance Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s visuals, saying solely you can toggle it within the launcher or in-game menus, which can require a restart. Visit Steam for particulars on that.
In its present implementation, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided solely helps single GPU DirectX 12. If this isn’t sufficient to fulfill you, it’s possible you’ll wish to decide into the “dx12_mgpu_preview” beta department via your Steam consumer.
This construct of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is vulnerable to “graphical corruption” apparently; Eidos Montreal described it as “in a state where we can release it to you, but we are aware that some systems might still experience issues”.