Dungeon Siege 3 PC Patch is out now and includes Keybinding

Great news for all those Dungeon Siege fans, as Obsidian released the much anticipated patch for Dungeon Siege 3. This is the first major patch for Dungeon Siege 3 and Obsidian has implemented two new controls that will allow the player to move left or right (think strafing). The patch will be auto-downloaded next time you start your Steam client. You can view the complete changelog after the jump. Well done Obsidian. Now here is hoping for some camera changes in the next patch!
Dungeon Siege 3 PC Patch features:
Fixes an issue where the gamepad would default to on, even if you have no gamepad plugged in.
Fixed an issue in Multiplayer where if either the host or the client is using a gamepad and are playing with someone who is using the mouse/keyboard, the host hangs when switching to the ending cutscene.
Fixed an issue with certain graphic cards where it would occasionally display large black pixels in the middle of the screen.
Fixed a potential crash when players try to reconnect after disconnecting during a conversation.
We’ve implemented a fix that will revert the A/D reversed issue for people that are still reporting this issue.
Fixed a potential crash when players would join a Multiplayer game in a certain order.

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