StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty was updated recently to bring some news and improvements to the game. Patch 1.1.0 enables users to play StarCraft II in 3D, through the newfound support for NVIDIA 3D Vision which is at least a nice PR feat for NVIDIA.
To clarify what kind of hardware people will need to enjoy the 3D support NVIDIA has created a sub-section of its own website explaining the requirements.
- Visit the official StarCraft II site to download patch (1.1 and higher)
- Download and install the latest NVIDIA graphics driver (Version 260.63 and higher)
- Make sure you are using an NVIDIA 3D Vision-enabled notebook or desktop PC.
Blizzard started rolloing out the new 1.1.0 patch earlier this weeks and among the news we find balance adjustments between the three races; Terran, Protoss and Zerg. And a lot of bug fixes and improvements.
- The Standard (US) and Standard for Lefties (US) hotkey configurations are now available in all regions.
- A new game clock has been added. Players can now instantly see how long they’ve been in their current mission or match. This feature can be turned on or off in the Gameplay Options menu.
- A new Quick Save option is now available for the single-player campaign. Players can now quickly save their mission progress by pressing Ctrl + Q.
- A new System Panel has been added. Players can now view their local time and FPS while in game by mousing over the Menu (F10) button in the upper-left hand corner of the game screen. Laptop users can also view Wi-Fi signal strength and battery levels.
- Sight granted by death reveal no longer lifts Fog of War. Units revealed in this manner are not targetable.
- (Mac only) Moved StarCraft II data files and settings from the Documents folder into the Application Support folder.
- Support for NVIDIA 3D Vision has been added. To experience StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty in 3D on your desktop or notebook, you will need 3D Vision.
Complete patch information at Battle.net.