Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Deathloop gets major updates to improve NPCs

The first major update of Deathloop has been released for PlayStation 5 and PC. As you dive into the game, players will notice several improvements, including improved NPC behavior, added Nvidia DLSS support on the PC, and improved overall stability when raytracing is on.

Bethesda announced update details on its website.. The first update of Arkane’s Deathloop weighs 5 GB for PS5 players and 11 GB for PC players. In addition to fixing some issues known to cause the game to crash, the developers have also made some other changes to please the fans.

Perhaps the most notable of these changes is the Deathloop NPC. Arkane states that the first patch in the game improved the behavior of NPCs and made them more responsive to in-game players. The changes will occur after some discussions surrounding Deathloop NPCs have taken place among the fan base of games on social media.

Some fans claim that Deathloop NPCs work well with the intended combination of stealth and action gameplay, while others feel they need to improve their decision-making and combat tactics. ..

For PlayStation 5 players, this update includes an adjustment screen for HDR support and an on-screen screen that helps players identify internet issues when playing against rival assassins. It also includes a bad connection indicator. PC players will see a similar bad connection indicator, but more importantly, this update also adds Nvidia DLSS support to improve the performance of players experiencing frame rate issues during a session. Helps to make you.

Deathloop-Screenshot of August 2021

The PC update also includes Sony DualSense controller audio support and fog quality settings. Turning on raytracing in your game should improve performance and stability on both console and PC players. Bethesda’s post doesn’t include a complete list of game fixes, but instead chooses to provide it to fans With a list of its most notable changes Between the two platforms.

For more information on Deathloop, check out this article detailing how Bethesda bought the voice actor behind the game’s main character, the PlayStation 5.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN.You can follow him twitter..