A new Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty update has arrived, and this one's aiming to address some of the problems PC players have been bringing up since the game's launch a few days ago. Those issues include problems with mouse camera control, crashes, and screen flickering, and several other bugs have also been squashed.
Last week, Team Ninja said it was aware of issues encountered by those playing Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty on PC and was working on fixes to address those issues. Now, an update has arrived on PC and PlayStation consoles that appears to contain the first of those fixes. According to the update's patch notes, a mouse camera control issue (which has been the source of many players' woes in the game's Steam reviews) has been addressed.
Other fixes include "crash-prone situations" that occur under certain conditions, as well as white flickers and a bug that stopped players from selecting certain screen resolutions. Some players have experienced Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty trying to use the wrong graphics card to run, and that's apparently been fixed, as has a problem with a certain Photo Mode filter.
Several other bug fixes have also been implemented. Guest players in online multiplayer can now skip cutscenes and leave the game after boss battles are completed. A bug involving Zhao Yun and a certain level of demo progress has been fixed, as well as a bug that reset graphics settings to default every time the game was started. It's well worth reading the full patch notes to see what else is new with Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty.
If you don't see your specific issue here, don't despair. Team Ninja says that other issues it's aware of "continue to be investigated and dealt with", and that another patch is forthcoming to address those issues. In addition, the Xbox and Microsoft Store versions of today's update are coming "soon", so if you're playing on those platforms, you'll have to hold out for a little while longer.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is available now on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. The game is also part of Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass, so you can play it at no extra cost if you're a subscriber. Since this is a Soulslike by Team Ninja, it can get pretty tricky, so make sure to take a look at our Wo Long guides to get the lowdown on everything from boss fights to crafting and more.