They still haven't fixed the biggest one, the broken mouse camera controls.
However let's be calm, because we all know that when Total War games come out they always have lots of bugs and it takes them a few months after release to fix the major ones.
Just be patient and play other games until they fix them. It's the same with all Total War games. Wait a few months after release before playing.
By the way - C.A. have stated that the mouse-camera problem has been logged last week and they are working on fixing it. It will probably be fixed in the *next* patch.
Last edited by YoungGrognard; 04-13-2012 at 11:39 AM.
I hope more good changes appear in the future.
Last edited by Naisho; 04-15-2012 at 09:36 AM.
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|Takeda| Naito Masatoyo
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EDIT: Several posts deleted. This is not the last patch they're gonna make people, wait for them to finish the rest.
It's always easy for people who don't have major issues with a game, to overlook how a person feels who can't even play their game properly. And, after a month waiting, I think it's fair to know if CA has progressed on this matter. Even if the answer is just: " We havent been able to track the problem yet."
The only thing that I have heard, was AMD's final answer, who admittedly said that new drivers might not fix the issue.(After 1 month of emails where they stated that their current Catalyst driver was the issue) And their final advice was to reinstall windows. ... That can be quite depressing. Especially after they also tell you to fill in an AMD form, you already filled in twice.
Last edited by GrudgeNL; 04-16-2012 at 05:45 PM.
There is always One more Casualty in War than recorded. The Last Casualty of War is the Truth.
The blood only appearing on the arm and head is a little immersion beaking. Blood appears on the whole body briefly before fading to just the arm and head. You need to pause to see it, it is a matter of milliseconds. I hope it doesn't stay like this and I presume it isn't meant to be like that, and is a bug. Perhaps the intent was to have blood appear on various parts of the body; a mix of whole body coverage, individual limb coverage and the less slightly less visible, (more tasteful, IMHO) effects from before the hotfix would please me...
Last edited by Colonel Mallard; 04-16-2012 at 10:49 PM. Reason: Grammar
I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy it...
"If at first you don't succeed, you fail."
You are not just wrong; you are recursively wrong. The wrongness of every possible iteration of any of your arguments is self-similar with the wrongness of your entire opinion.
In the beta, a lot of people, myself included, reported the camera bug (with UI elements messing with the edge detection and therefore camera rotation) and they logged it back then too. I guess they didn't think it was important enough to fix before release. That, and a lot of other stuff too. What a shame, because the game is **** fun, it's just rough around the edges and needs some polish. It seems they're more concerned with 'fixing' things that weren't broken in the first place, like ship hull icons, rather than going after real issues.
My favourite inconsequential bug is how your generals wives seem to be able to pump out a ridiculous amount of children in FOTS. I guess they didn't adjust the multiplier or something to reflect the more turns per year. It doesn't matter because the new children will never come of age in the campaign, but it's still pretty funny.