Square Enix and United Front Games have released the first update for the PC version of Sleeping Dogs. According to the companies, this patch aims to improve some PC-specific features – as well as fix some bugs – that have been reported by the community on their forum. Therefore, this update comes with significant improvements to mouse support on various options screens, adds a ‘Keyboard/Mouse’ option which makes the keyboard & mouse the only input devices even if a controller is connected, and fixes the keyboard and mouse camera controls in the Phone Tracing minigame. This update will be auto-downloaded from Steam and you can view its complete changelog below.
Sleeping Dogs Update 1.3 Changelog:
Improvements & Bug Fixes • Fixed several bugs where NPCs would not path through doors properly – this corrects the issue where Naz stops running in the first mission of the game • Added HD Textures for UI screens (only available with the free HD Texture Pack DLC installed) • Improvements made to reduce the frequency of erroneous “don’t lose your target” warnings in missions where you are chasing an NPC • Significant improvements to mouse support on various options screens • New Keyboard/Mouse option which makes the keyboard & mouse the only input devices even if a controller is connected • Several minor text bugs corrected • Fixed an issue where mouse clicks would sometimes be ignored in the UI • Fixed the keyboard and mouse camera controls in the Phone Tracing minigame
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