Developers 4A Games have released a new hotfix for the PC version of Metro Exodus, improving its performance in several key areas, while also fixing other general bugs and issues that have come to their attention. The most notable fix here is improved performance for the game through integrated graphics cards.
There are a few other fixes as well. Input response time has been improved (which was an issue with the game that a few people have mentioned), while “various issues” with the game’s saving system have also been fixed. Then there’s the usual stuff you expect from any patch- general stability improvements and fixes for other “general” issues that haven’t been detailed in full.
You can check out the full patch notes below. 4A Games have been rather active with their post-launch fixes for Metro Exodus, and especially so on PC. The day one update to the game brought several significant improvements on the platform, while a more recent update just a few days back also fixed some known issues.
Metro Exodus is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, and of course, PC.
- General Stability improvements
- Improved performance for integrated video cards
- General input responsiveness improvements
- Fixed various issues with general saving system
- Fixed other general issues