Tomb Raider patch primarily designed for Nvidia and Intel graphics hardware was released by the Crystal Dynamics fixing the problems plaguing the players of the Lara Croft game. The game was reported by many users to contain bugs, which caused the game to crash to the inconvenience of the gaming community.
The patch for Tomb Raider fixes the crashes at the start-up and at the time of selecting options from the game’s menu. The graphic glitches encountered by users’ will also be fixed by the patch in addition to a bug fix for full screen utilisation. The latest Tomb Raider patch also fixes the problems with TressFX hair rendering options.
The new update also provides a gameplay fix for players unable to progress with regards to the boat in the beach area. The patch is reported to apply itself to the game when the users load Steam for the next time. Many players on PC had reported problems on the machines operating a Nvidia graphic card. Nvidia has stated the company is working on a driver update to improve performance with the game.
Talking about the problems faced by the players, Nvidia’s Andrew Burnes said, “Unfortunately, Nvidia didn’t receive final game code until this past weekend which substantially decreased stability, image quality and performance over a build we were previously provided.”
Tomb Raider topped the UK charts smashing the sales records achieving the biggest launch of any video game in 2013, more than doubling the first week sales figures of this year’s previous best, Aliens: Colonial Marines. Are you still facing some problems after the update to Tom Raider?