PC gamers and modders have released new unofficial patches for Far Cry, Bully: Scholarship Edition, Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto Vice City and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. These patches fix some rendering issues and crashes, and bring various Quality of life improvements.
Going into more details, the patch for Far Cry fixes water reflections on modern Windows versions, fixes crash occuring when using a mouse scroll wheel during loading screens, allows VSync to work properly, and adds a “-64bit” commandline option for getting a 64-bit version of the game to work via Steam.
On the other hand, the patch for Bully: Scholarship Edition fixes various crashes that were occurring on Windows 10 (and potentially on Windows 8.1 and other systems), improves collision loading, forces the Frame Limiter to be much more precise, and adds an option to change FPS cap.
Last but not least, the unofficial patches for GTA 3, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas fix various issues and decrease keyboard input latency by one frame.