Square Enix today detailed the improvements to the new patch from NieR: Automata on their Steam version, following the promise they made to users of the PC version of the hack and slash by Yoko Taro. There are many new features included in this update; the version originally released in 2017 had various serious optimization failures, which seems to be solved shortly.
Enhancements include various graphic effects
Among other aspects, this patch will include the possibility of play in borderless window, se aade la opcin Fidelity FX CAS, the HDR detection, adds anti-aliasing functions, incorporates the possibility of using 4k textures, has fixed the framerate In video scenes, the global lighting option and new customizations have been implemented when configuring the ambient occlusion. Many fans had protested about the title’s lack of stability and the few graphical customization options it offered, making the gaming experience very rough.
This is a highly anticipated patch by the community, as the Xbox Game Pass version already had several of these features, making the port objectively superior to the Steam version. Now, however, it seems that users of Valve’s platform will finally be able to enjoy the game in good condition without resorting to mods to fix graphics glitches and some frame rate jerks.
The community had already tried to fix the game
Previously, this community was the one in charge of fixing the game’s optimization bugs. Two months ago, for example, a modder managed to finish a fan patch that added the long-awaited 4k textures to the Platinum Games video game. NieR: Automata is more fashionable than ever due to the recent release of the remaster of NieR: Replicant, its prequel. Yoko Taro’s fans will finally be able to enjoy the adventures of 2B and 9S in the same conditions, ya sea en Steam, Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft Store, PS4 o Xbox One.