The force is strong with this patch because Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast now finally supports inverted controls on the Y-axis thanks to an update that went live yesterday. Those of you who choose to questionably change the camera controls on PlayStation 4 can now safely buy this port of the game's first appearance on a Sony system.
The fix for the lack of inverted controls on the X-Axis, however, is nowhere to be seen. We're not quite sure why you would ever want to invert the thumbstick in that direction, but maybe another patch further down the line will fix it.
Are you going to buy Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast now that this patch has been implemented? Invert your comment below.