Wild Hearts is outwardly a fairly good lower-case monster hunter game, albeit one with some substantial efficiency points its builders pledged to repair. Maybe now they’ve: a efficiency patch was launched earlier at present, promising to handle body charges, unintentionally capped high-end CPUs, and extra.
The patch was detailed in a Reddit post by a Wild Hearts developer. Aside from CPU caps and body fee fixes, it additionally addresses an “audio stacking” bug that was inflicting efficiency points; adjustments the default decision; fixes a rendering problem when utilizing an AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX; and fixes a problem that might result in corrupted save information.
Which sounds promising, till you scroll right down to the feedback or look elsewhere on the subreddit for all of the individuals saying the patch has made no distinction to them. Your mileage could range, however it seems like plenty of customers who surpass the beneficial specs are nonetheless affected by subpar body charges.
That’s a disgrace in that case, as a result of efficiency apart, Wild Hearts is seemingly a worthy different to Monster Hunter. It’s extra accessible than its apparent inspiration, though it stays to be seen if it has the depth to maintain people hooked over the long run.
Here are the total record of fixes from at present’s patch:
- Fixed a problem the place sure high-end CPUs have been being unintentionally capped. High-end PC’s ought to see some efficiency enhancements now.
- Fixed a problem the place some sounds weren’t enjoying or have been being delayed, inflicting the audio to stack. This ‘audio stacking’ problem was additionally inflicting pressure on gamers’ CPU. As a results of this repair, gamers ought to see efficiency enhancements throughout the board. The workaround utilizing 5.1/7.1 audio is now not needed on PC.
- Setting default decision to 16:9 1080p on first boot. The beneficial spec for WILD HEARTS is aligned to a 16:9 1080p show, for first time customers it will now be the default setting. You can change this setting to the decision of your alternative in-game.
- Fixed render problem (disco lights) when utilizing an AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX.
- Fixed a problem on the save/load display screen that might lead to corrupted save information.
If this patch hasn’t mounted the problems for you, Omega Force do no less than say they’re nonetheless engaged on it and that they’ll “proceed to search out and slay efficiency points in future updates.”