Kursk Has Been Updated to Version 2.1.3
Polish developer Jujubee S.A. has just updated their documentary-adventure game Kursk to version 2.1.3, adding automatic detection of graphics settings and significantly improving the game’s performance. Players can now expect better framerates on low and medium settings.
The new update improves the performance on systems that meet the minimum requirements of the game. The players’ request has been heard as the developers added automatic detection of graphics settings so that the system decides what settings are the best for optimal performance and for the player to fully enjoy the experience. The community can expect a couple of more updates incoming in the very near future.
Jujubee also wishes to inform that Kursk will soon appear on the Mac, enabling users of this system to get acquainted with the catastrophe that shook the world at that time. Worth noting is the fact that Kursk is currently discounted on Steam, creating a great opportunity for players who have not yet been tempted to experience the latest game from the studio.
KURSK is the first ever adventure and documentary video game inspired by real events. Players assume the role of a spy who finds way on the Russian nuclear submarine K-141 Kursk. Your task is to collect secret information about the revolutionary Shkval supercavitating torpedoes.
“We believe the time has come to tell real stories. In an age in which we compete for the free time of consumers against the entire entertainment industry, including movies and TV series, and when people are less likely to read non-fiction, game producers have an additional obligation. It’s true that games are becoming more complex, offering an incredible audio-visual experience, and allowing us to lose ourselves in a virtual world, but they rarely help us grow. That is why we want to step outside the self-contained world of video game subject matter and invite players to broaden their knowledge about history or the actual world. We’re convinced that KURSK will be a very attractive title to anyone looking for an ambitious and mature game” – said Michal Stępien, CEO of Jujubee.
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