Dishonored Gets Updated To Version 1.4

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Bethesda and Arkane Studios have released a new update for Dishonored. This update is available for all versions (PC, X360 and PS3), and the PC version will be auto-updated next time you start the Steam client. According to its changelog, this update adds support for Dishonored’s upcoming add-on, The Brigmore Witches, and fixes a number of issues that were spotted. As always, you can view its complete changelog below.
Dishonored Update 1.4 Changelog:
New Features
-Adds support for Dishonored’s upcoming add-on, The Brigmore Witches.
Bug Fixes (The Knife Of Dunwall)
-Fixed issue where music box would stay attached to the NPC when choking and then carrying a music box Overseer.
-Fixed issue where thrown NPCs killed by falling damage were not counted towards kill stats.
-Fixed issue where sound effects for the Saw Butcher were muted after a save/load.
-Fixed issue where sound was muffled after a save/load in Timsch Basement.
-Fixed issue where music from music box Overseer persisted after death.
-Fixed issue where NPCs didn’t react to chokedust while moving in its explosion radius.
-Fixed a graphical glitch on Favor tutorial screen.
-Fixed a rare crash when loading Daud’s Base (PC).
-Fixed a minor issue allowing users to make notes disappear when pressing key combinations (PC).
Bug Fixes (Dishonored)
-Fixed an exploit that allowed players to recover two bolts instead of one on dead bodies.
-Fixed an issue where Unnerving Target & Quick Dodge bonecharms were ineffective.
-Fixed a crash when loading saves made on earlier title updates.
-Fixed an issue where sometimes activating a door wouldn’t display an interaction dialog nor open the door.
-Fixed minor localization issues (ESA) (PC).

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