Tomb Raider PC Update Improves Stability For Nvidia Cards

Crystal Dynamics has released a new patch for Tomb Raider that serves to fix most of the problems gamers with Nvidia graphics cards have been facing since the game’s release.

The patch fixes various graphics glitches, including lens flares and other post-processing effects not showing up properly in exclusive fullscreen mode. It also makes the TressFX hair rendering less system-intensive, so players with the setting enabled may see an improvement to their framerate.

Here’s everything it does:

- Addressed some stability and startup issues on machines that have both Intel and NVIDIA graphics hardware.
- Fix for players being unable to progress related to the boat in the beach area.
- Some fixes for crashes on startup and when selecting Options.
- Some small improvements to TressFX hair rendering.
- Fixes for various graphics glitches, including certain effects not being visible in fullscreen mode.
- Fixed a problem that caused some users to not be able to use exclusive fullscreen.
- Added support for separate mouse/gamepad inversion for aiming, as well as support for x-axis inversion.
- Fixes related to the benchmark scene and benchmark mode.
- Various other small fixes.

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