Update for Ori and the Will of the Wisps on PC Brings HDR, Dynamic Resolution, and FPS Limitation

Ori and the Will of the Wisps Update

Moon Studios continues to enhance its fabulous adventure game, Ori and the Will of the Wisps. In April, the dynamic platformer received the first major patch, which brought mainly fixes and optimizations. And the recent update added new features.

First of all, it should be said that now there is support for output in HDR mode on a PC, which is really necessary for such a colorful game. In addition, the update brought a new setting for dynamic resolution scaling. This option allows the game to automatically lower the resolution to achieve a more comfortable frame rate in complex scenes with many effects.

Moreover, now there is a function to limit the frame rate. This option may be ideal for those who prefer to use a fixed frame rate or, for example, want to save battery power on a laptop. In addition, players can now find the ability to select a sound output device and Microsoft Spatial Audio options.

Along with new features, this patch also fixes a number of errors. Moon Studios also included some performance improvements in the fresh patch. In addition, the May 14 update contains optimizations to reduce pixel overlay and improve image quality in a number of scenes. Finally, this latest update introduces improvements in the mechanics of deformation.

The full list of changes can be found on the game page on Steam or on the official website. It’s nice that the developers are actively correcting errors and making optimizations because almost the only drawback of the game was precisely the technical problems.