Dear Esther gets its first patch; UI updated, graphics settings no longer break visuals

The Chinese Room has released the first patch for their unique indie game, Dear Esther. This patch comes with updated UI and fixes the graphics settings breaking visuals for some, as well as a crash when switching between high>low shader detail settings in-game. The update will be auto-downloaded next time you start the Steam client and you can view its changelog below. Enjoy!
Dear Esther Update Changelog:
Fixed
– Updated default video settings to reduce likelihood of getting blank screen/incorrect resolution/refresh rate on start-up
– Updated UI to include support for more languages
– Updated UI to support Bulgarian Cyrillic
– Fixed graphics settings breaking visuals for some
– Fixed crash when switching between high>low shader detail settings in-game
– Fixed Controller Options Menu crash
– Fixed Mat_Wireframe Crash
– Fixed collision issue on goat shed next to bothy

Known Issues
– Some Non Xbox360 controllers have unusual configuration

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