Just in time for this weekend, Square Enix has released a patch for the latest Lara Croft adventure, Rise of the Tomb Raider. After the game was released for the PC last week, some Steam users reported problems starting the game. A number of potential culprits for that issue—a C++ runtime error, a failed Visual C++ installation, and conflicts with other applications—have all been addressed.
Updates to the in-game experience also made their way into the patch, including a new UI for maps and basecamps. Those with Nvidia cards should see improved HBAO+ quality and better SLI support, and Razer Chroma-enabled peripherals should affect performance less and put on a better show.
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