Detroit: Become Human recently launched for PC and today Quantic Dream has a new patch for players. Improving the game’s stability and fixing issues.

The patch is detailed below.

Main modifications:

1. FIX OF SAVE ISSUE FOR PLAYERS USING UNICODE CHARACTERS IN THEIR WINDOWS USERNAME AND NOT RUNNING THE GAME WITH ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS

2. IMPROVEMENT OF THE GAME STABILITY:

· Correction of frequent crashes happening during the Chapter “Fugitives”.

· Correction of several crashes happening randomly when launching the game.

· Correction of several crashes happening randomly during the game.

· Correction of crashes happening randomly while playing with a gamepad.

3. NEW ERROR MESSAGES TO CLARIFY ISSUES:

· A new error message to warn the user that the wrong version of Vulkan is installed (Vulkan 1.0 instead of Vulkan 1.1).

· A new error message to warn the user that their CPU does not support required SSE4.1 instructions. It happens mostly with older CPUs.

Detroit: Become Human is now available on PS4 and PC through the Epic Games Store.

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