Alan Wake PC Patch 1.02 released; comes with better mouse controls and better CPU thread assignment

As promised, Remedy has released the first patch for Alan Wake PC. This update comes with better mouse controls and CPU thread assignment for 3-Core AMD machines, as well as unofficial support for running the game in lower resolutions than 1024×768 and a fix for the flickering trees on Nvidia cards. This update will be auto-downloaded next time you start the Steam client and you can view its entire changelog after the jump. Enjoy!
Alan Wake PC 1.02 Update Changelog:
• Fixed problems of game not moving forward and gameplay not triggering properly after videos.
• Fixed flickering trees on Nvidia
• Real Traditional Chinese translation for added PC strings.
• Fix that the Developer Video Commentary volume is more sensible
• Fix that Localized cinematic audio volume is at correct volume and adjustable
• Fix that controller vibration works (note that it’s disabled by default)
• Fix that blur occasionally got re-enabled even if -noblur command line option was specified
• Added “-rigidcamera” command line option for those who are sensitive to the default mouse/camera controls.
• Added possibility to bind mouse buttons 4 and 5
• Unofficial support for running the game in lower resolutions than 1024×768 using command line options
• Prevent binding controller keys to keyboard actions (prevents odd problems)
• Better CPU thread assignment for 3-Core AMD machines (smoother gameplay)

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