Rise of the Tomb Raider – New Patch Brings Various Performance Improvements For GPU-bound Situations

Nixxes and Crystal Dynamics have released a new patch for the PC version of Rise of the Tomb Raider. According to the changelog, this update brings various performance improvements for GPU-bound situations, and sports a variety of other smaller optimizations, bug-fixes, and tweaks. This patch will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and you can read its complete changelog below.

Rise of the Tomb Raider – PC Update 1.0.616.4 Changelog:

  • Fixed Map sometimes not showing or showing the wrong region.
  • Fixed ALT-TAB in combination with Exclusive Fullscreen occasionally hanging the game or entire system. (Steam Only)
  • Fixed graphics glitches on NPC clothing on NVIDIA 6×0 and 7×0 hardware.
  • Fixed rare crashes with a “DX11 Internal Heap” error.
  • Added separate mouse sensitivity control for X and Y axis, allowing users to equalize sensitivity.
  • Added option to reduce in-game camera shake, for users that prefer this.
  • Added audio-cue for finding secrets in the relic viewer.
  • Fixed game changing system screen saver settings for some users. (Steam Only)
  • Added additional error handling and messaging in case the GPU driver is crashing or unresponsive.
  • Various performance improvements for GPU-bound situations. CPU bound scenarios are not impacted.
  • A variety of other smaller optimizations, bug-fixes, and tweaks.

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