Mafia III Day-One Patch is now available on the Xbox One
2K Games has finally begun rolling out the Day-One Patch for Mafia III, following the huge wave of complaints about the game’s FPS rate limitations. The first Mafia III patch is now available for the Xbox One console only, while the fix for PCs should land sometime during this weekend.
The patch requires 2.1 GB to install and addresses the annoying FPS rate issues. Xbox One owners confirmed that they are no longer experiencing FPS issues on their console after installing this patch: “Fixed framerate issues on Xbox One version at least.”
As stated before, the same patch will be available for PC gamers this weekend. We believe that if everything goes smoothly with the Xbox One patch, the update for PCs could land as soon as today.
We currently have a patch running here at the studio that includes 30, 60, and unlimited frames-per-second options in the video menu, among other improvements for the PC version of Mafia III. We’re verifying the patch now to ensure everything is working as expected. If everything goes well, we expect the update to go live this weekend. We will be keeping the PC community up-to-date on the status of the patch throughout the weekend and thank you for all the feedback!
We still don’t know if the Mafia III Day-One Patch brings other fixes and improvements, apart from the FPS rate hotfix. The list of issues in Mafia III is getting longer by the hour as gamers progress through the game. Other Mafia III issues include: mouse and keyboard bugs, game download issues, game crashes and more.
Have you already installed the Mafia III Day-One Patch on your Xbox One? Is your gaming experience any better now?
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