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Hot on the heels of their patch for Company of Heroes 2, Feral has now patched Life is Strange. Nvidia Pascal users will be most pleased about this one.

This is a polishing patch aimed at a few urgent issues and is most welcome. This is why I love Feral, they prove time and time again they are focused on feedback and getting their games up to scratch for us.

FIXED - High CPU Usage on single thread due to issue in curl library
FIXED - Rare issue with black screen on launch when in full screen mode
FIXED - DVORAK keyboard configuration screen layout does not match in-game keyboard layout
FIXED - Excessive CPU usage on some machines when the game is minimised
FIXED - Fixed edge case when swapping monitors multiple times
FIXED - Steam version does not fully quit in some rare cases
FIXED - Changing Vsync after switching to Windowed mode may cause the window to resize/reposition
FIXED - Linux Only - Improvement to pre game launcher
FIXED - Mac Only - Changing the resolution affects the mouse movement area
ADDED - Linux Only - Updated Graphics Drivers warning on Linux when running on unsupported drivers.
ADDED - Linux Only - Workaround performance issues with NVIDIA Pascal Architecture Drivers (10x0 series)
ADDED - Linux Only - Workaround driver issue on Linux Pascal Architecture (10x0 series) texture glitch
ADDED - Linux Only - Supports Square servers for Fedora users without curl installed.

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Akamanah 12 Aug, 2016
Has someone tested port performance?
edddeduck_feral 12 Aug, 2016
Quoting: AkamanahHas someone tested port performance?
We haven't had anyone with supported hardware complain about performance and the first episode is free so just download and have a look for yourself :)
Segata Sanshiro 12 Aug, 2016
fabry92 12 Aug, 2016
i have 150 fps with a 780. It's a really good port : ) thx for this fix! : ) 12 Aug, 2016
I still get the black screen on launch issue but now it allows me to alt tab in and out and it works.

Previously I had to use a button to bind shortcut to desktop in GNOME and fullscreen it again after that. Alt tab didn't work.
aldy 12 Aug, 2016
I finished the game at 100% a few days ago. The only bug that I had was on some parts when I needed revert time sometimes I can't exit from the revert mode. Sorry for my bad English.
echazarenc 12 Aug, 2016
Works perfectly with Nvidia GTX1060 with max setting, ~60fps
Ehvis 12 Aug, 2016
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Do I spot a fixed DVORAK issue there? I reported that for Shadow of Mordor. Nice to see fixes cross game boundaries.
lucifertdark 12 Aug, 2016
Before the patch it was unplayable for me, after the patch it doesn't go below 60fps, now I just have to play it & find out what the heck is going on. :D
gojul 12 Aug, 2016
Never faced any issue w/ my gtx 1070. But while I love the first foyr chapters I think the last one really sucks. I won't spoil anything but this last chapter can be extremely frustrating and the end of the game is deceiving. Too bad because the first four chapters are soooo good !
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