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Hi all, I would need some informations. I played deus ex iw until March 2017 (last save at 29 March, stopped at half run).
I used some mods without problems, but now Gog Galaxy alerts me with an available update (version 26611473 to 1.2).
I don't find anything about this update, no changelog or other.

I probably will end the game without upgrading but I'd love to know any informations about it.
Thank you for attention!
Post edited August 31, 2017 by Teramath
This question / problem has been solved by Vyraexiiimage
did some research and found this on the eidos forums

Patch Documentation

Changes contained within the v1.1 patch

- Defaulted Bloom to off when starting a new game.
- Adjusted mouse movement to eliminate feeling of "lagginess".
- Adjusted the HUD so that it is pushed toward the edges of the screen.
- Added option for turning all shadows off. This can massively improve performance, especially at higher resolutions.
- Shrunk all text sizes.
- Reworked mouse-based UI control within the inventory and biomod screens:
- Right-clicking will now swap items in the inventory and toolbelt screen.
- Added buttons for installing weapon mods and biomods.
- The biomod/inventory/datavault hotkeys are now toggles (the same buttons will now both open and close these subscreens).
- Added quicksave/quickload keys. (F10/F12)
- Non-hostile AI's will now go hostile much sooner if shot.
- Eliminated monitor resyncing during level transition and savegame loads.
- Increased the headshot damage multiplier for the pistol.
- Increased the damage of the stun prod.

Changes contained within the v1.2 patch

- Additional optimizations that will improve performance on most systems
- Fixed graphical errors for those using NVIDIA GeForce FX 5950 cards with Deus Ex: Invisible War
- Fixed the fuzzy appearance of the bloom, sniper scope, vision biomod, and other full-screen effects