Obsidian announced the details of their upcoming patch for the PC version of Dungeon Siege III. The team is currently working to fix some of the issues that people have brought up for the retail release of the game. Although we don’t have any ETA, we do know that the first patch will slightly change the control functionality and will fix a startup crash and some graphical issues that AMD owners were experiencing when forcing AA on via the Catalyst Control Center.
Moreover, Obsidian is also considering some other, larger control improvements for the PC version. Which is pretty interesting, given the fact that the game is currently unplayable with the mouse+keyboard control scheme.
The company will also add Keybinding support in a new patch, though we don’t know if it will be included in the first one. Last but not least, they have identified and fixed a last-minute bug that was causing the game’s textures to appear blurred out.
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