Middle-earth: Shadow of War – Patch 1.05 addresses audio static bug, brings bug fixes & improvements

Monolith has released a brand new update for Middle-earth: Shadow of War. According to the release notes, the Shadow of War patch 1.05 addresses the audio static issue we previously reported. In addition, this patch comes with various minor bug fixes and improvements.

Going into more details, the audio static issue affected those that had current Playback Device set to 192000 Hz. This bug was introduced in the previous patch, and Monolith has finally fixed it.

The Shadow of War patch 1.05 patch also fixes an issue where some users were receiving a DirectX 11 error message when trying to boot the game. Moreover, it fixes a crash that would occur if the local username included Unicode characters.

As always, Steam will auto-download this latest patch the next time you launch its client. Below you can find its complete changelog.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Patch 1.05 Release Notes

General:

  • Fixed an issue reported by users where Mirian gained during the current session could be lost in a specific situation.
  • Fixed an issue where some users were receiving a DirectX 11 error message when trying to boot the game.
  • Fixed a crash that would occur if the local username included Unicode characters.
  • Various minor bug fixes and improvements.

Audio:

  • Fixed an issue where some users would experience audio static when having their current Playback Device set to 192000 Hz.

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