Need For Speed: Most Wanted – PC Update Fixes SLI/Crossfire Performance Degradation

Need For Speed Most Wanted
Criterion Games has released a new PC update for Need For Speed: Most Wanted. Unfortunately, the changelog is quite small, therefore don’t expect miracles from this minor patch. According to its release notes, the key feature of this update is the fix for the game’s performance degradation when running under SLI and Crossfire configurations. This update will be auto-downloaded and you can view its complete changelog below. Enjoy!
Need For Speed: Most Wanted Update 1.2.0 Changelog:
•Fixed a friends issue where users with 99 friends PLUS pending friends invites were seeing crashes.
•Fixed headlight graphical corruption on AMD graphics cards
•Fixed performance degradation when running under SLI and Crossfire configurations

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