Download: Patch 1.01 for James Cameron's Avatar: The Game
The first patch for James Cameron's Avatar: The Game has been released. The update to version 1.01 improves the widescreen support and fixes some bugs.
James Cameron's Avatar: The Game has been released just recently. Now the developers released the first patch for the game. The update to version 1.01 delivers enhanced support for widescreen resolutions and fixes bugs related to the graphics.
Logged in PC Games Hardware users can download the patch at the end of the page. The package is about 170 MByte big.
The Patch 1.01 delivers the following changes:
• Added better support for multi-monitors view mode.
• Added a Force Widescreen FOV option in Display Options menu.
• Fixed various shaders flickering issues.
• Fixed vegetation issues with DirectX 10 in low/medium quality.
• Fixed an issue when the player is killed by an explosion after the revive timer.
• Fixed water refraction when no bloom on DirectX 10.
• Fixed black squares flickering when antialiasing 4xAA or more with HDR is enabled.
• Fixed a bug with the Login window when the player enters a wrong password followed by a successful authentication.
• Fixed the flickering on soft bodies (eg. vegetation) on some video cards.
• Fixed 'War Room' mini-game controls not being updated all the time.
• Fixed some random crashes.
• Improved shaders preloading on some configurations.
• Improved task switching support.
If you are interested in James Cameron's Avatar: The game, you might want to take a look at the system requirements.
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