The first patch for Secret Files: Tunguska has been released, bringing the point-and-click adventure up to version 1.02. Unfortunately, this only concerns the German version of the game, although the developers promise that an international version of the patch will be released in the upcoming days.
As updates usually do, the patch fixes several technical glitches on the game, such as some problems with dual core processors and older graphics cards. But surprisingly, the patch also includes an alternate ending for the game. According to the forums (spoiler warning!) over at publisher Deep Silver, many German gamers were disappointed with the original ending, thus resulting in the developers investing some additional weeks of work, creating an alternative ending as well as a "what happened to this person"-credits.
International gamers will still have to wait a few days in order to watch the alternate ending. Stay tuned to Adventure Gamers, as we will be sure to bring you the news on the international update as soon as it is available.