Star Wars: KOTOR II – New Official Update Released, Adds New Achievements

Aspyr has released a new update for Star Wars: Knight of the Old Republic II. According to the development team, this new update adds 20 user-generated achievements, changes the behavior of the Light/Dark Side point achievements, and fixes various issues. This update will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and you can view its complete changelog below.

Star Wars: Knight of the Old Republic – October 15th Update Changelog:

Universal Changes:
– Added 20 user-generated achievements (see pinned thread for details)
– Fixed an issue with Pet Rock achievement not unlocking in TSLRCM
– Fixed a crash when adding more than five mods
– Fixed two issues tied to Mouse Look
– Fixed an issue with the controller menu appearing on top of dialog screens
– Fixed an issue with Kreia not disappearing properly on Korriban
– Fixed a shader issue causing NPC droid eyes to not be illuminated
– Fixed an issue with alternate dialog not appearing after multiple play-throughs
– Changed the behavior of the Light/Dark Side point achievements

Mac-specific Changes:
– Fixed a crash connected to the M4-78 mod

Windows-specific Changes:
– Fixed multiple issues with a spinning camera when certain third-party devices are connected
– Fixed multiple issues connected to DPI Scaling
– Fixed an issue with the screen being offset on high refresh-rate monitors
– Fixed an issue with sounds continuously repeating after moving away from the sound source

Linux-specific Changes:
– Change to cloud-saves, automatically lower-casing files so they can be read on Linux

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