Dead Rising 3 broke out of its Xbox One exclusive shell earlier this month, but the transition to PC wasn’t perfect. The developers at Capcom have listened to the “ample feedback” from PC gamers, and have rolled out a second patch for the game, fixing a bunch of stability issues.
- Fixed a problem which was causing the game to crash after booting for many NVidia Optimus players
- Fixed an issue which was causing some NVidia Optimus systems to enumerate video devices incorrectly
- Made a change which improves performance and stability for some users
Capcom spokesperson GregaMan notes:
The patch has been tested against the new GeForce 344.11 WHQL drivers. It is recommended that you update to the latest driver as it contains fixes that address other stability issues.
Kingsley’s headed into Los Perdidos and survived – keep an eye out for the Player Attack review of Dead Rising 3 for PC real soon now. The game’s available for PC via Steam, or on Xbox One.