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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Receives Major Update

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, a game that initially received negative feedback, has recently been updated in an effort to improve the overall gaming experience. The development team has taken into account the criticisms and has made several adjustments and fixes to address the issues that were raised.

Among the changes made in the update are adjustments to DLSS default mode, which helps prevent stuttering and performance issues when playing with RTX without DLSS. A bug that caused parts of the environment to be missing has also been resolved, as well as an issue where quest markers could disappear after returning from the main menu. Interactable objects that became non-interactable after restarting the game have been fixed, and improvements have been made to the checkpoint system to enhance stability and fix gameplay bugs.

Other fixes include addressing issues with the bird losing the player's chosen color in the breeding mission, resolving problems with certain interactable objects, fixing blockers that caused progression issues or deaths for the main character, and improving various gameplay sequences throughout the game.

Localization issues, camera shakes, and missing visual effects have also been corrected. Additionally, improvements have been made to NPC navigation, input hints, cutscene sound, and various other aspects of the game.

The development team behind The Lord of the Rings: Gollum states that they are grateful for the players' patience and hope that these updates will result in a more enjoyable gaming experience. They remain committed to supporting the game and ensuring that players have a positive experience in the world of Middle-earth.