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First Oblivion patch released in beta
Game News - posted by Spazmo on Wed 3 May 2006, 01:12:17Tags: Bethesda Softworks; The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Bethesda Softworks, our favourite company, have released the first patch for Oblivion. Release notes here and download here. There's a whole bunch of fixes, including several quests. Here's some partial fixlist.
Fixed an issue with falling through collision in Fort Wooden Hand.So how come this one didn't cost two bucks?
Fixed issue with remapping controls in French, German, Italian and Spanish versions.
Fixed issue with crashes on exit.
Fixed issue with some shadows not lining up.
Going to jail while equipped with bound armor or weapons no longer crashes the game.
Fixed issue with bound weapons not dispelling properly after dismounting a horse.
Fixed issue with player shadow being delayed after fast travel.
Fixed infinite gold issue on some dead NPCs.
Fixed issue with disease resistences that made it impossible to contract vampirism under certain circumstances.
Fixed an issue where occasionally skills would not increase properly after you received an increase in a way other than skill uses like as a quest reward.
Fixed issue where spells, powers and lesser powers were being improperly resisted when the player cast them on themselves.
Fixed an issue where creatures and NPCs would not go into combat properly after being hit by a projectile.
Fixed an issue with duplicating items and unequiping the bow.
Fixed an exploit that allowed you to sell equipped items to a vendor more than once while on a horse.
Fixed an issue with items reappearing in dead bodies after saving and reloading.
Fixed crash when NPC with active light spell on them unloaded from memory.
New Ultra Low Quality graphic setting available under Launcher options with improved support for low end FX cards (5700 and lower). To use this setting, go to the Launcher, select Options and click Reset to Defaults to allow the auto detect to check your system.
Implemented SLI-mode optimizations on Nvidia cards, and Crossfire optimizations for ATI cards.
Spotted at: Blue's News