New Deus Ex patch adds 3D support
Fixes more pesky loading issues as well.
If you are itching to hitch your copy of Deus Ex: Human Revolution on Souq.com, you might want to hold onto it a wee bit longer. That is of course you have the supported gear and it doesn’t make you shed tears in agonizing pain.
Eidos has rolled out a new patch for the PC version of its action-RPG, adding 3D support for AMD graphics cards and NVIDIA’s 3D Vision. The patch also brings fixes to even more load time bugs, and other performance improvements that you won’t notice while the 3D crushes your high-end graphics card’s ego and then tea bags it just for kicks and giggles.
Here’s the complete changelog:
A fix for some players that get stuck on an infinity loading screen in Detroit.
- Fixes for some issues that caused crashes for players using specific firewall or proxy software.
- Additional improvements to counter stuttering in the game.
- Support for Eyefinity in combination with 3D when using interleaved stereoscopic monitors.
- Support for additional brands of stereoscopic interleaved monitors when using AMD graphics hardware.
- Support for Nvidia 3DVision.
- Support for Nvidia Surround, also in combination with 3DVision.
- Improved control over the stereo-3D display in the game.
o The allowed range for the stereo 3D Strength setting has been increased.
o A Stereo 3D Plane setting was added to provide additional control over the 3D effect.
- Various performance improvements.
- Fix for ‘moire’ issues seen on billboards in DX11 mode.
- Some changes to try to counter specific driver issues causing crashes in DX11 mode.