Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – Patch 1.02 adds Dualshock 4 controller, AMD VSR & NVIDIA DSR support

Ninja Theory has released a new patch for the PC version of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. According to the release notes, this patch adds mouse sensitivity to the options menu, adds Dualshock 4 controller support, as well as AMD VSR (virtual super resolution) and NVIDIA DSR (dynamic super resolution) support.

Furthermore, this patch fixes a potential issue where the game would stay on a black screen for PCs with an AMD CPU, fixes minor graphical and miscellaneous audio issues, fixes a number of bugs, and packs various subtitle corrections across the game.

This patch will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and you can read its complete changelog below.

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – Patch 1.02 Release Notes

  • Various subtitle corrections across the game.
  • Fixed a potential progression stopping issue where the player couldn’t progress beyond the 4th shard Challenge after focusing on it.
  • Fixed an issue where quitting the game then reloading it during the Blindness shard challenge caused post FX to be lost.
  • Fixed an issue where Senua was stuck in the animation of ladder climbing.
  • Fixed multiple issues across the game where the player was able to bypass collision.
  • Fixed a rare issue where Senua would not revert from her combat stance after defeating the enemies at the Gate to Helheim
  • Fixed an issue where inverting Y-axis in the options menu would not be saved.
  • Fixed a potential issue where activating photo mode as enemies are spawning would cause them to animate in slow-motion until struck.
  • Fixed an issue where quitting the game during cut scenes would cause audio to be lost after reloading.
  • Fixed potential progression stopping issue after finishing the Valravn boss fight.
  • Fixed potential issue in Beast cave where Senua’s torch would not be visible.
  • Fixed a potential issue where a brazier in the Fenrir Cave is missing.
  • Fixed a potential issue where lighting would disappear after completing Surtr.
  • Fixed a potential issue where some symbols in the Valravn section are not illuminated.
  • Fixed Senua occasionally missing her sword.
  • Fixed miscellaneous audio issues.
  • Fixed minor graphical issues.
  • Added mouse sensitivity to the options menu.
  • Added Dualshock 4 controller support.
  • Fixed a potential issue where the game would stay on a black screen for PCs with an AMD CPU.
  • Changed the default keys for left and right target switching when playing on mouse and keyboard to ‘Z’ and ‘C’.
  • Support for AMD VSR and Nvidia DSR.

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