Wo Lengthy: Fallen Dynasty barely launched on PC final week with an inventory of efficiency points and damaged mouse controls. As we speak, patch 1.03 begins to scrub up what might be the worst PC port of the yr.

The patch notes, which can be found on developer Group Ninja’s site, declare to repair a variety of bugs and crashes in addition to the digicam controls when utilizing a mouse.

At launch, moving your mouse felt like utilizing a controller joystick. You needed to work towards what felt like a deadzone that prevented your digicam from moving till you handed a sure threshold. It was unplayable for a fast-paced motion game, particularly if you happen to had been making an attempt to goal a bow. Now, Wo Lengthy’s mouse controls work like every other PC game.

The game’s quite a few efficiency points—which led to hundreds of damaging Steam opinions presently mirrored as a “Combined” appraisal on Steam—are a distinct story. The patch says it fixes “crash-prone conditions that occurred in sure environments,” however some gamers on Reddit and Steam are nonetheless operating into issues.

Group Ninja is engaged on “different points which have been reported and inquired about,” for the following patch, in line with the Wo Lengthy Twitter account. Hopefully these different points embrace the stuttering, the body price inconsistency, a bug that locks it to 720p decision, and all the assorted visible glitches that gamers have reported since its launch.

In our assessment of Wo Lengthy, Sam Greer referred to as its technical points “a disgrace,” as a result of it is “an exceptionally completed evolution,” of Group Ninja’s Soulslike motion RPG collection Nioh.  Possibly with time and its promised DLSS update, it’ll dwell as much as that reward for everybody making an attempt to play it.