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Crytek will improve the Hunt: Showdown experience in Early Access

The multiplayer of horror has obtained the good response from the public

Crytek started 2018 offering PC players their new title, Hunt: Showdown, first in a period of closed Alpha that was celebrated on January 31 and days later with its launch in Steam Early Access. Although the title obtained a very good response by the public, it has not been exempt from performance problems, which are about to be taken care of by the company.

Today, through a post on the official site of Hunt: Showdown, Crytek reported that he has taken note of the graphics performance problems of the title. Initially, the company said that since the game debuted in Steam Early Access, the development team has worked hard to improve its graphics performance and correct errors that arise; after all, that's what this initial phase is for. In that sense, Crytek announced that next week will come to the first performance patch (Performance Patch 1) to test servers so that those who have access to them can try them and start with feedback.

According to Crytek, the patch for Hunt: Showdown will improve various visual aspects and increase the rate of frames per second that had been registered so far. Also, the update will correct problems that occur in some specific situations, which cause the game to freeze.

Finally, Crytek offered an apology to the users for the inconvenience caused, as the initial plan was to launch a solution before the patch arrived but there were some problems during the internal test period and the team had to move out of office.

Hunt: Showdown is available on PC via Steam Early Access, where its price is $ 399 MXN, and its arrival is planned for PS4 and Xbox One.


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