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Patch Adding Support for 3D Vision in Deus Ex: Human Revolution

October 20th, 2011 · 8 Comments · Stereo 3D Games


The latest patch for the game Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Build 643) is apparently what every stereo 3D gamer was waiting for as it not only improved support for 3D on AMD HD3D-based solutions, but also adds support for 3D Vision and 3D Vision Surround setups. Apparently the in-game stereo 3D controls have also been improved allowing you to get more convincing results and not to have the game looking “flat” when playing in stereo 3D mode.

Release notes for the patch:

* A fix for some players that get stuck on an infinity loading screen in Detroit.
* Fixes for some issues that caused crashes for players using specific firewall or proxy software.
* Additional improvements to counter stuttering in the game.
* Support for Eyefinity in combination with 3D when using interleaved stereoscopic monitors.
* Support for additional brands of stereoscopic interleaved monitors when using AMD graphics hardware.
* Support for Nvidia 3DVision.
* Support for Nvidia Surround, also in combination with 3DVision.
* Improved control over the stereo-3D display in the game.
– The allowed range for the stereo 3D Strength setting has been increased.
– A Stereo 3D Plane setting was added to provide additional control over the 3D effect.
* Various performance improvements.
* Fix for ‘moire’ issues seen on billboards in DX11 mode.
* Some changes to try to counter specific driver issues causing crashes in DX11 mode.

The patch should autodownload the next time you rung the game or it might have already installed, so if you try Deus Ex: Human Revolution with the new patch, then feel welcome to share your feedback about the improvements in stereo 3D support in the comments below…

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