Deus Ex Mankind Divided
"Deus Ex Mankind Divided" will launch on the PS4, Xbox One and PC on Aug. 23. Square Enix

“Deus Ex Mankind Divided” players can expect a new patch available for the game over at Steam. The latest patch, v3.0 build 524.10 is out, and it will focus on resolving the critical issues spotted by the community since the launch of the game.

The patch includes the following fixes:

  • Adjustments to the Mouse Sensitivity settings, which mean that you can now set sensitivity for the X and Y axis separately.
  • Increased range of Mouse Sensitivity settings.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause missing geometry in the Dubai level.
  • Fixed an issue with player movement and running on stairs and sloped surfaces.
  • Fixed various issues with 21:9 setups.
  • Fixed an issue where the “Unmark All” prompt would stay on screen.
  • Field of view setting now displays the angle used.

The moment players boot the game, Steam will automatically apply the patch. However, for instances where this automatic update fails, all players need to do is restart the Steam client of manually conduct updates via the Windows Store.

“While we expect this patch to be an improvement for everyone, if you do have trouble with this patch and prefer to stay on older versions, we have made a Beta available on Steam, v1.0_build 524.6 and v2.0_build 524,7, that can be used to switch back to previous versions, said the developer in the Steam page.

This is not the first patch that the developer has released. There has been a previous patch for the PC that aimed to resolve issues with mouse settings and sensitivity issues.

Even with the issues plaguing the game, it can’t be denied that it features some great graphics for all platforms. On the PC, framerate will depend on the ones hardware of choice, which is why those with higher spec devices can get better performance overall.

This is because, according to Digital Foundry, the performance between the lowest and highest settings have stark and noticeable differences overall. Framerates appear to be the predominant problem of those who have lower settings.