Quantic Dream has released the first PC patch for Detroit: Become Human. According to the release notes, this first patch improves overall game stability by addressing a number of crashes. Moreover, it also comes with a fix for those using unicode characters in their Windows username.
Going into more details, this update resolves some frequent crashes that could occur during the Chapter “Fugitives”. It also fixes crashes several crashes happening randomly when launching the game and during the game. Furthermore, it fixes some crashes that could happen randomly while playing with a gamepad.
It’s also worth noting that there is still no PC demo for Detroit: Become Human. Quantic Dream has removed it from Epic Games Store when pirates where able to access the full game via it. The team claimed that its removal was due to an issue with the Epic Games Store and that it would be re-appearing this week. Since it’s already Friday, we can assume that the PC demo has been delayed indefinitely at this point.
But anyway, Epic Games Store will download this update the next time you launch its client, and you can find its complete changelog below.
Detroit: Become Human Patch 1 Release Notes
FIX OF SAVE ISSUE FOR PLAYERS USING UNICODE CHARACTERS IN THEIR WINDOWS USERNAME AND NOT RUNNING THE GAME WITH ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS
IMPROVEMENT OF THE GAME STABILITY:
- Correction of frequent crashes happening during the Chapter “Fugitives”.
- Fixes several crashes happening randomly when launching the game.
- Correction of several crashes happening randomly during the game.
- Fixes crashes happening randomly while playing with a gamepad.
NEW ERROR MESSAGES TO CLARIFY ISSUES:
- A new error message to warn the user that the wrong version of Vulkan is installed (Vulkan 1.0 instead of Vulkan 1.1).
- A new error message to warn the user that their CPU does not support required SSE4.1 instructions. It happens mostly with older CPUs.