It includes a solution to a sensitivity problem with the R2 button on PS4, among other settings.
Warhorse Studios has released a new update for Kingdom Come: Deliverance weighing between 13 and 16 GB, depending on your gaming platform. Although full patch notes have not yet been released, their own managers claim to have included a solution to the problems with the R2 button of the DualShock 4 that some players had reported.
Apparently, the problem derives directly from the PlayStation 4 controller: “We work on it, but it’s not a software problem,” says director Daniel Vávra on Twitter. “If you have this problem, probably your button has lost sensitivity. We will fix it immediately by modifying the pressure value needed to receive the command. But it’s interesting that it’s just this button for everyone. “
The rest of the modifications introduced in the patch is unknown until now, but the update history of PS4 informs about “several optimizations”, bug fixes, improvements in the mechanics and stealth skills, and the possibility that the characters of the video games get dirty gradually.
You can consult our opinion about the work of Warhorse in the analysis of Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Since its launch on February 13 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, fans are downloading up to 40 GB of updates derived from the requirements of the graphics engine that shapes the program.
Regarding the R2 issue – we are working on it, but its not software issue. If you facing this issue, then it seems your button lost some of its sensitivity. We will fix it asap by changing the input pressure value. But its intersting that its only this one button for everyone 🙂
— Daniel Vávra ⚔ (@DanielVavra) February 15, 2018
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