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Star Wars Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy patch 1.01
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Applies to:

Star Wars Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy

Author/Supplier:

LucasArts

Requirements:

Star Wars Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy (Windows)

File Size:

11.1MB

File Name:

JKAcademy1_01.exe

Release Date:

N/A

Version:

N/A

Rating:


3.5
/5 from 20 reviews.

Description:

This latest patch for Star Wars Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy features improved gameplay and fixes a number of bugs including:

Multiplayer:
  • Correct an issue that caused Internet servers to time-out too early on the master server list.
  • Correct an issue that caused various movement sounds not to play consistently (footsteps, rolling, etc...)
  • Correct various exploits, including one that allows for illegal character models.
  • Correct an issue that occurred when disabling the second saber icon that appears over the player's head.
  • Correct an issue that allowed the rocket launcher to lock on after death.
  • Correct an issue that prevents the camera shake when you are hit by an explosive.
  • Correct the roll animation.


PC Mechanic - Fix your PC's Windows registry errors.

Single Player:
  • Correct an issue that allowed a player to select a force power that is already at the maximum setting.
  • Correct an animation issue that occurred when enemies force push you while executing a special move.
  • Correct various rag-doll issues.
  • Correct an issue that caused your skill level to reset when resetting defaults in the game.
  • Correct an issue that prevented the Single Player game from starting.
Additional notes:
  • Fixed dynamic glow performance for new ATI drivers
  • Provides updated EAX 4.0 sound support
  • If you are experiencing low framerate, go into the Setup/More Video section and change dynamic glow to off.
  • Force feedback now defaults to off.
  • If you experience hiccupping while playing, especially during light-saber battles, go into the Control, Mouse/Joystick section and set force feedback to 'No'.
  • Gravis gamepad users should turn force feedback to off. The current Gravis drivers are not compatible with Jedi Academy and will cause the game to crash.