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Dying Light Gameplay Video Shows Lag And Frame Stuttering Issues

It may be the hottest new game on the market but as this video shows, Dying Light has some issues with stuttering and frames, even on a PC well above the suggested specs.

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New information added to video with a work around fix.

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Stupid1415d ago

Every PC game suffering these kind of issues

Helloween131414d ago

Im having none of these issues at all, running it on a high end PC and frame rate is steady as a rock and 60 FPS, Im about 35 hours into it in the second town

starchild1414d ago

It runs great on my PC with i5 2500k, GTX 970, 8GB RAM and a G-Sync monitor.

All of my games do, in fact.

Garethvk1415d ago

This is bad though its almost unplayable. First hour or so it worked fine butnot now. Patch only made it worse.

UKmilitia1414d ago

when i left the game as default i had same issues.
but never have i had a game wrok perfect on pc with recomend settings.
i have always had to turn to something off or down.
this is the headache with pc gaming imo.

because there are too many scenarios of setup.

Rimeskeem1414d ago (Edited 1414d ago )

Garentvk, your computer is good enough to run the game?

1nsomniac1414d ago (Edited 1414d ago )

It is conveniently odd that he chooses not to say what graphics card he's using. I use ultra settings on an i5 & a "2gb Nvidia" so my rig is a lower spec however it flys on my machine. Until the goo shooter gets involved then fps drops. Strange.

Garethvk1414d ago

I7 quad core. 8gb ddr 3 ram 2gb Nvidua card, all above the recommended specs for the game. On their forums, this apears to be a common problem.

I_am_Batman1414d ago (Edited 1414d ago )

Those specs don't really say much. For example an i7 sandy bridge CPU won't perform as good as an i7 Haswell CPU even though both are i7 quad core CPUs.

For Nvidia cards they recommend the GTX 780 which has 3GB of VRAM.

Also what exactly does unplayable mean? Does that mean you can't get a stable framerate even on lowest settings? Have you tried to reduce the draw distance because the devs have recommended to do that for now. And what resolution are you plaing on?

popkiller1414d ago

Just disable nvidia dof, and the game runs perfectly smooth... i get 5-10sec freezes and massive lags everytime the game loads a check point when i have nvidia dof enabled..

jmd7491414d ago (Edited 1414d ago )

The game is fine, people just need to know how to properly adjust the graphics settings and not crank everything to MAX. Have a read... http://www.eurogamer.net/ar...

Garethvk1414d ago

It was on default settings not cranked up. Company said its a known issue and they are working in it.

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