The goals of Arx Libertatis are to
For a complete list of features, see the changelog
As of version 1.0, Arx Libertatis allows you to play Arx Fatalis under Windows, Linux and FreeBSD - provided you own a copy of the original Arx Fatalis. The source can also be compiled for Mac OS X, but only unofficial Mac binaries are available.
See the full changelog for more details.
Updated Windows and Linux binaries and packages are available.
One notable fix is for the "Crisp" Alpha Cutout Anti-Aliasing setting introduce in 1.2 which has been causing performance issues when near fogs or smoke for some players while resulting in crashes for Windows users with Intel graphics. In this release the performance issues have been fixed and the setting has been disabled for OpenGL drivers experiencing crashes.
Linux Steam users with Mesa graphics drivers may have noticed textures being replaced with solid colors once the Steam overlay loads. We have added a workaround to no longer promise the graphics drivers that we are good API-respecting citizens if we detect the Steam overlay so that its naughtyness can go unseen again.
This is another small hotfix, this time to fix a crash when hovering over map markers after the window size or resolution has changed.
This release is a hotfix addressing a regression introcuded in 1.1, that caused map markers to not be saved correctly and then removed when such a save...
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