Along with multiplayer DLC, the Level System, Ranked Team Deathmatch, and more, the 1.3GB Uncharted 4 update yesterday also included a Motion Blur slider in both single-player and multiplayer.
Designed for those affected by Motion Sickness, the Motion Blur slider allows you to turn it off, or raise it all the way to maximum. “Control the intensity of the motion blur effect produced by camera and character movement,” the slider in the display menu says. “Reducing this value may help with motion sickness.”
For Uncharted 4’s single-player, update 1.08 yesterday also included a fix for a crash and a fix for camera jitter when activating an L3 Prompt.
You can read the full list of patch notes for update 1.08 over here.
With the release of the first Multiplayer Pack yesterday, Naughty Dog is aware of issues with the Triple Pack, saying, “If you’re having issues with the Triple Pack — we’re actively working on a fix but no ETA yet. We’ll update you when we can.”
As a reminder, the Triple Pack was removed from the PlayStation Store yesterday and replaced with the Explorer’s Pack, which includes access to the upcoming single-player DLC.
[Source: Kurt Margenau, Naughty Dog, NeoGAF]
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