NFS: Hot Pursuit PC patch 1.04 released

23% of "known" crash bugs remain.

Criterion has released patch 1.04 for the PC version of super-duper racing game Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.

The file can be downloaded from the Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit website.

Fixed are a further 30 per cent of game-crashing bugs. Criterion noted that only 23 per cent of "known" game-crashing bugs now remain.

Specifically, patch 1.04 addresses the following:

  • Fixed crashes on boot on certain configurations of Windows (including when Windows Speech Recognition is installed)
  • Fixed deadzone issues on Steering Wheels and XInput controllers
  • Fixed black textures in some parts of the world when High Resolution Textures are disabled
  • Fixed crash when a controller is unexpectedly disconnected
  • Fixed crash when loading certain invalid controller configuration files

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