First Call of Cthulhu patch adds options to modify FOV & Motion Blur, fixes display issues and more

Cyanide has released the first PC patch for Call of Cthulhu. According to its release notes, this update adds options to modify FOV & Motion Blur and adds a scroll bar in the graphics menu to include these new options.

Moreover, this patch fixes a number of cases where players would be unable to leave scene reconstructions, an issue where mouse input was not registered during dialogue, an issue where cutscenes wouldn’t trigger, preventing players from progressing and some display issues with 4:3 and 16:10 resolutions in the diary and during dialogue.

As always, Steam will download this patch the next time you launch its client and you can find its complete changelog below.

Call of Cthulhu First Patch Release Notes

  • Added options to modify FOV and Motion Blur
  • Added a scroll bar in the graphics menu to include these new options
  • Fixed an issue where players were unable to progress in Chapter 12, due to dying immediately upon respawn
  • Fixed a number of cases where players would be unable to leave scene reconstructions
  • Fixed an issue where mouse input was not registered during dialogue
  • Fixed an issue where cutscenes wouldn’t trigger, preventing players from progressing
  • Fixed display issues with 4:3 and 16:10 resolutions in the diary and during dialogue
  • Various minor bug fixes