‘NieR: Automata’ PC Version Currently Known Issues Revealed, How To Fix Them [VIDEO]By Christian Pepito, UniversityHerald Reporter
Square Enix has recently launched the PC version of "NieR: Automata" on Steam, but fans noticed right away some optimization issues that could hinder its maximum performance. Here are the known issues it is infested with and the numerous fixes the fans have made to make it run smoothly.
Issue with Fullscreen option
Apparently, when players start up the PC version of the video game on fullscreen resolution, it does not work properly. It triggers some performance issues and it will not maximize the hardware capacity. A community member posted on the official forums of the Steam Discussion the quick fix mod for the issues while the official fix is not out yet.
The file is an edited settings file of the video game, and they only need to apply it to the game's folder to fix the issue. It will now run on its full capacity and not on 900pi or even lower.
Cutscene FPS issues
Other fans of "NieR: Automata" revealed that there are certain FPS issues on cutscenes that can disrupt gameplay and sometimes crash it. The PC version's movie cutscenes look choppy since its default resolutions are up to 4K. One member extracted and repacked the movie cutscenes to a lower resolution, making it easier to load when the scenes appear.
This video game requires at least a PC unit with a Windows 7 64-bit OS, a CPU of at least an Intel Core i3 2100, a memory of 4GB, and a graphics card of Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 VRAM 2GB. It also needs a hard disk space of at least 50GB.
Yoko Taro's involvement in the game
"NieR: Automata" director Yoko Taro told Forbes in an exclusive interview about his real involvement in the video game. While he had reigned over the team as the director, he actually just drinking beer and loafing around, but also giving some ideas about it. The young staff members of the team were actually the ones that created it thoroughly.
The game director revealed that the video game they created was not perfect. Nevertheless, he is proud of everything in it. He also revealed that he wants to return to being unemployed after the game's release because he gets bored very fast.
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