Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Update 1.01 Released – Fixes Stuttering, Offers FOV Options

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Techland has released the first patch for the PC version of Call of Juarez: Gunslinger. According to its changelog, this update patches up heavy stuttering when using certain keyboard and mouse models and fixes some sound issues that were present on 7.1 speaker configurations. In addition, this update offers PC gamers the ability to tweak the game’s FOV to their liking and to disable the black borders (via the video.ini file). You can view its complete changelog below, as well as a mini-guide on how you can tweak the FOV.
Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Update 1.1 Changelog:
– hit indicator is now disabled in True West difficulty mode
– new option to disable crosshair regardless of the difficulty mode
– new option to adjust mouse sensitivity on duels
– new settings available in video.scr file
– additional checks before posting scores to the leaderboards
– additional credits
– fixed problems with audio on 7.1 output configurations
– fixed crashes related to using 7.1 audio configurations
– fixed potential crash when using long Steam nicknames with non-latin characters
– leaderboards now correctly display nicks with non-latin characters
– patched up heavy stuttering when using certain keyboard and mouse models
– workaround for blocks when booting the game on systems that have problems with video playback
– tweaked enemy behavior on duels to avoid duels with no conclusion
– fixed HUD gadget in Arcade mode sometimes not displaying “versus” friend’s name
– fixed navigation and centering in My Score and Friends leaderboards
– tweaks and fixes in the Japanese localization
How To Tweak FOV:
find the ForcedHorzFov(95) command in video.ini and replace ’95’ with the FOV of your choice. Values between 80 and 110 are valid.
How To Disable The Black Borders:
Add this line to the video.ini file:


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