New Shadow of the Tomb Raider patch fixes visual artifacts, brings smaller stability & functionality fixes

Nixxes has released the fourth PC patch for Shadow of the Tomb Raider. According to its release notes, this patch fixes some visual artifacts that rarely occurred when using SSCS and brings many smaller stability and functionality fixes.

Furthermore, this patch fixes remaining issues preventing some players from achieving 100% completion, fixes collectible statistics in the UI being incorrect for some users, fixes a problem that caused Dolby Atmos to not activate correctly on certain PC setups and features some changes related to Steam Input.

As always, Steam will download this patch the next time you launch its client and you can find below its complete changelog.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider PC Patch #4 Release Notes

  • Fixed remaining issues preventing some players from achieving 100% completion.
  • Fixed collectible statistics in the UI being incorrect for some users.
  • Changes related to Steam Input:
    • It now defaults to a new setting ‘Auto’ which automatically turns On or Off Steam Input depending on whether a controller is enabled for use by Steam in the Steam settings.
    • When using Steam Input the game will now show appropriate icons for all supported controller types, just like when using native input.
  • Fixing some visual artifacts that rarely occurred when using SSCS.
  • Fixed a problem that caused Dolby Atmos to not activate correctly on certain PC setups.
  • Many smaller stability and functionality fixes.

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