RAGE PC players with AMD/ATI graphics cards can now download the "RAGE Catalyst" drivers in order to fix a number of horrendous issues with the game. As revealed yesterday, the PC port of id's post-apocalyptic shooter has been running awfully on PCs, especially those with the aforementioned cards.
"BE SURE to grab them immediately," warned id Software on Twitter.
That said, NVIDIA users aren't free of hassle. Bethesda has said that those people need to ensure they've got the GeForce 285.38 driver and enable the "NVIDIA Update" component to receive fresh fixes for the game.
I tried the game on PC last night and was fairly horrified by what I saw. I'm currently playing around to see if I can get better, but I'll have full impressions later today, whatever happens. I'm absolutely shocked the game came out in the state it did, especially from a studio with so much computer history.
[Via Bethesda forums]
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