In an update today from Square Enix, Avalanche Studios has detailed the first wave of improvements coming to Just Cause 4.After reports of technical issues such as bad anti-aliasing and a lack of HD textures, Avalanche Studios released a statement today that not only addresses the problems players have been experiencing, but details how they’re going to be fixed.Before jumping into the fixes, Avalanche Studios made a point to acknowledge the problem.“Due to the complexity of Just Cause 4’s vast open world and advanced physics systems, we understand that a number of you are experiencing various technical issues,” the update reads. “Even though the game has now launched, this is just the start of our continued support on Just Cause 4.”According to the update, the improvements and fixes will be coming in a couple of weeks. No exact or official release date was given, though.The fixes coming to Xbox One and PS4 are:Fixes to some motion blur rendering issuesAdd a motion blur toggle to the options menu (following user requests)Improvements to the overall visual quality on both Xbox One and PS4Fixes to some texture mapping issuesOther graphical improvements, such as smoother vegetation transitionsVarious stability fixesLighting updates to some cut scenesThe fixes coming to PC are:Improvements to menu navigation for mouse and keyboard usersSupport for remapping of movement keysImproved vegetation rendering and asset updatesFixes to some texture mapping issuesIncreased mouse sensitivity rangeCorrected specialized vehicle support for mouse and keyboard playersFixed issue with steering flying vehicles with keyboardNumerous stability fixesAvalanche Studios said in the update that this first batch of fixes won’t solve all of the problems players have run into and that because of that, players should continue to provide direct feedback to the Just Cause team via their support site.The post Just Cause 4 Fixes Are on the Way and Should Be Here in the Coming Weeks appeared first on Twinfinite.
Watch: CFL player chugs a beer after touchdown
Saturday November 03, 2018
They know how to have fun in Canada. Ottawa Redhawks offensive lineman Jon Gott celebrated one of his team’s touchdowns on Friday night against Toronto by chugging a beer by the sideline: Time for a cold one. Jon Gott chugs a beer after our last TD.#RNationLive #CFLGameDay pic.twitter.com/Hj0AUvBdI5 — Ottawa REDBLACKS-y (@REDBLACKS) November 3, 2018...