Developer Valve Corporation has rolled out the newest Half-Life: Alyx update 1.2.1 aiming to fix the issues appeared from the previous patch.
According to the release notes, Half-Life: Alyx version 1.2.1 has addressed the missing haptic feedback, issues with carrying contained objects, exhausting GPU memory on Proton, and several game crashes. Interestingly, the update also adds multiple languages in the game. Below, you will the full update changelog of the new Half-Life: Alyx patch.
Half-Life: Alyx Update 1.2.1 Release Notes
- Fixes for issues with carrying contained objects (e.g. objects in a crate).
- Fix for hand orientation on Windows MR and Vive systems.
- Fix for some missing haptic feedback on Windows MR and Vive systems.
- Fix for controller systems that don’t have support for skeletal hand animation.
- Fix for exhausting GPU memory on Proton.
- Fix for several crashes.
- Fix for not properly falling back to English subtitles when selecting a language in Steam that is unsupported by Half-Life: Alyx.
- Improved rendering of Japanese narrow subtitles.
- Fixed a regression which rendered an empty subtitle panel even if the subtitles were only visible in the spectator window.
- Localization improvements in multiple supported languages.
The version 1.2.1 carries the game build 4876399. Half-Life: Alyx can be download on Windows PC via Steam.