United Front Games has released a new patch for Sleeping Dogs that is said to fix the micro-stuttering issues that most PC gamers experienced with this open-world title. Naturally, this update will be auto-downloaded and you can view its complete changelog below. According to various reports, this update has really improved the overall performance smoothness of Sleeping Dogs, so kudos to United Front Games for offering a nice Christmas present to its fans. Enjoy!
Sleeping Dogs 1.9 Patch Release Notes:
• Potential fixes for vsync and fullscreen “stutter” performance issues
• Fixed an issue with stuttering and low-framerate at the start of a police chase
• New option in the displaysettings.xml to adjust the number of smoothing frames <TimeStepSmoothingFrames> (default 5)
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