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Naughty Dog Reveals Uncharted 3 PS3 Patch 1.01 Update Details
Today Eric at Naughty Dog has revealed what Uncharted 3 PS3 patch version 1.01 brings, which releases across the globe in the next 24 hours.
In summary, the PlayStation 3 update patch fixes an issue that stopped 3D working on some Sony SimulView 3D TV PlayStation monitors.
To quote: The Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception 1.01 patch has been released and will be rolling out across all regions globally in the next 24 hours.
The patch notes to update 1.01 are as follows:
• Fixed an issue so that 3D works properly on all Sony SimulView 3D TVs.
We'll keep you updated as to the any other fixes and patches coming online as they happen.
Let us know in the forums of any technical issues you might see and hope you're enjoying Uncharted 3! See you online!
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11-08-2011 #2properBo Guest
I wanna play U3 on a Simulview 3D TV :|
11-08-2011 #3moja Guest
I want you to buy me a Sony Simulview 3D TV!
11-08-2011 #4HeyManHRU Guest
I want a 75 inch Samsung TV. Also for anyone on 3.55 CFW don't install this update, it is probably 3.60+ and will stop your game from working.
11-08-2011 #5noshi Guest
Most people on CFW probably deleted/didn't download the 3D movies anyway. In that case, it seems the update wouldn't even do anything.
11-08-2011 #6itwalksamongus Guest
Does anyone know why the duplex release needed a fix ? ie why the journal made the game freeze? Bad rip??
11-08-2011 #7B4rtj4h Guest
Meh... that they FIX all the bugs ...
- Grenade tutorial is messed up
- A lot ingame things are mixed up (movies etc...)
11-08-2011 #8Tidusnake666 Guest
There were a lot of "falling under Universe" bugs, texture stucks, I even was able to jump over the floor to the higer ground on the last chapter!
11-08-2011 #9HeyManHRU Guest
I can relate , the game has more bugs and glitches than the previous 2 uncharted games. Do game developers test their games before they release them? I wouldn't mind if a game was delayed by a month or two so it could be fully finished without any flaws.
11-08-2011 #10GrandpaHomer Guest
Yep - this is saddly the latest culture of releasing the hall-ass baked games and relying on day one fixes and crap ... what a shame. Sometimes you need to download multiply fixed in the size of (or even larger than) original game. Don't you miss the good old time of PS1 nad PS2 games when every release was final once for all?
Where is the QF dear Sony and all the developers moaning about people downloading their games for free - frankly who wouldn't - you STILL need to (re-)download them anyway to the whola piles of patches so what's the point of having the original BD in a first place anyway?