Deathloop for PC: Update Brings DLSS, Improved Ray Tracing, and More

The same improvements and new features also arrived for the PS5 version

The new FPS from Arkane Lyon, Death Loop, it received update with fixes, improvements and news, including DLSS for PC. The update called “Game Update 1“weighs close to 11GB no PC e 5GB no PlayStation 5. The PC highlights listed below have also arrived for the PS5.

  • Fixed issue causing dropped frames and crashed with camera movement
  • Added NVIDIA DLSS support
  • Added PS5 DualSense controller audio support
  • Added a connection quality indicator in the upper right corner of the screen (reminiscent of a speedometer with an exclamation mark)
  • Improved performance and stability, especially with ray tracing
  • Path and player reactions of NPCs have been improved.
  • Improved audio quality
  • Fixed laser mines, turrets and fireworks for Colt and Julianna
  • Fixed issue with mouse scroll. Using the mouse scroll to switch weapons will now work correctly.
  • Fixed issues unlocking “Oops” and “Deathday Suit” achievements
  • Fixed issue causing Colt’s progress to reset even when player chose “no” in confirmation
  • Fixed crash when player unlocks a resource using Havoc playing with Julianna
  • Fixed Aleksis Dorsey’s reactions, making him easy to spot among party guests
  • Fixed issues causing glitches during murders playing as Julianna
  • Julianna’s actions will no longer unlock achievements for Colt
  • When playing with Julianna, it will no longer be possible to listen to the radio conversations that are for Colt
  • Fixed issue with tilt inconsistency (commands will no longer be ignored sporadically)

The biggest differences in the PlayStation 5 update are: Added HDR calibration in options, improved DualSense control vibration, and improved PS5 Activities and Game Help content. Last month, the PC version received an update that fixes stutters problems while using the mouse. Deathloop is available at Steam by R$ 249,95 and on PlayStation Store by R$ 299,90.

Deathloop: running on our Crisis PCs, Cheap and testing Ray Tracing!

Deathloop: running on our Crisis PCs, Cheap and testing Ray Tracing!
We put everything from modest computers to models with Ray Tracing!


Are you thinking of buying a product online? Discover the Adrenaline Save extension for Google Chrome. It is free and offers you price comparisons in the main stores and coupons so you can always buy at the best price. Download now.

Via: WCCFtech Source: Bethesda

Leave a Comment