Game studio Crystal Dynamics just released the very first patch for Marvel’s Avengers on PC.
Crystal Dynamics revealed that the first patch is build 12.9 and primarily focused on stability. They used the data they have collected after the Early Access phase that started a few days ago to develop this latest build.
Gamers who will start their game next time will automatically get this patch and apply it to the game. There are times that the update will not happen, so it is advised to restart the Steam client.
The development team is aware that there are tons of issues that are present in the game right now and they are working hard to fix them. For now, they want to make sure that the stability improvements will be implemented right now. They also ask for more feedback and reports so that they can add more fixes to the next patch.
Several Steam users have already pointed out some issues before the first patch was implemented. Hopefully this will finally lessen the problems like crashing, missing or buggy character models, and more.
List of fixes for this patch:
Implemented work-around for NVIDIA 10-series driver problem that was causing crashes when using ALT-TAB, ALT-ENTER, and other situations.
Enabling Steam Cloud to allow you to easily synchronize your save-games between multiple PCs.
Fixed a problem that caused some players to be unable to throw rocks as Hulk or to shoot as Iron Man.
Fix for a DEVICE_HUNG crash some users experienced in the sewers.
Various other stability improvements.
Marvel’s Avengers is now available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.