Halo 5: Forge – New patch will fix mouse acceleration issues, will improve rendering performance

343 Industries has announced that the next patch for Halo 5: Forge, that will be released on March 7th, will fix the mouse acceleration issues with Spartan/vehicle/turret movement on Windows 10. In addition, this patch will greatly improve rendering performance on Forge objects with material swap.

Furthermore, this upcoming update will add mini game decal, will improve spawn behavior using spawn order, will fix a number of issues/bugs, and will fix miscellaneous object collision issues.

Here is the complete changelog for Halo 5: Forge’s upcoming patch.

Halo 5: Forge – Patch March 7th Changelog:

  • Greatly improved rendering performance on Forge objects with material swap that was causing framerate issues across many maps
  • Fixed issue where user maps were becoming corrupt/unloadable
  • Fixed issues where action description text was incorrect and/or confusing
  • Fixed an issue where “reset map state” did not work as intended
  • Fixed issue where game was forcing users into FOTUS Armor causing a large hitch
  • Fixed issue where invisible Phaeton could become visible
  • Comparing team values now works as intended
  • Added “maintain offset” option to teleporter properties
  • Can now select “score to win” as a value source
  • Fixed issue where you could despawn held weapons for players, causing a bad state
  • Can no longer accidentally target Monitor with scripts
  • When comparing a player value to a team value, it will now only compare against the team the player belongs to
  • Round end condition now works as intended
  • Classic Cargo Container no longer has visual issues
  • Added mini game decal
  • Target transforms now support excluding objects and players
  • Reset action now supports resetting either the position or rotation of an object
  • Added local or world space support for movement scripts
  • Round timer event can now trigger continuously
  • Improved spawn behavior using spawn order
  • Added “select nearest scripted command” to map options
  • Added action to allow users to force variable checks “force dirty”
  • Miscellaneous object collision fixes
  • Fixed miscellaneous vehicle welding issues
  • Fixed issue when modifying the physics type of joints
  • Fixed issue where script brains still had collision in play
  • Boundaries now render on objects that don’t have a primary color option
  • Value source for number of players on a team now works properly
  • Continuous boundary check is now more accurate
  • Miscellaneous performance improvements and bug fixes
  • Fixed mouse acceleration issues with Spartan/vehicle/turret movement

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