Final Fantasy 15 textures are twitching
The long-awaited release from Square Enix was not long in coming, but, unfortunately, fans of the “final” faced a number of technical problems, both during the launch and during the passage. The problem that haunts many is texture twitching. Final Fantasy 15 is very demanding and before considering the main options for solving the problem, be sure to check the official system requirements stated by the developers.
Minimum and Recommended System Requirements
It is important to remember that characteristics below the minimum often do not cancel the launch probability. (Note the picture quality settings and FPS values. The default settings may vary).
Final Fantasy XV graphical issues
- “Shivering textures”.
- “Endless download does not load.”
- Borderless Windowed Mode.
Below we will analyze the problems associated with textures.
Options for resolving complaints with textures
So, you are convinced that the computer meets the stated requirements for the recommended graphics settings. Now update your software and drivers. They are located on special sites of AMD developers
Important – be sure to update DirectX 11 to the latest version (!)
A nice bonus will be PC optimization with the classic Nvidia GeForce Experience, Razer Game Booster,
and others. Let’s analyze an interesting function using the example of Kerish Doctor:
- We select on the left “Parameter settings”.
- Click on “Game Mode”.
- Click the “Add” button -> select the path to the exe file -> click “open”.
- When launching games from the list, you will hear a sound notification – the game mode is activated. The utility will reallocate system resources in favor of the game, which will significantly increase performance.
- In the video options, make sure that on weak hardware FPS (frames per second) is no higher than 30, or use third-party software, for example, riva tuner / MSI AfterBurner.
- Transfer the game to an SSD hard drive, which will significantly speed up the loading of textures and avoid jerking and play at ultra high settings. If the SSD is missing, be sure to defragment the hard drive.
- “Final Fantasy” is demanding on the RAM – the best thing is to stock up on 16 gigabytes of RAM. Swap files are not your assistant in such a situation (not optimal allocation of memory streams will put an extra load on the hard drive).
- When using an Nvidia 10-series card (works for analogs), we do this: “Nvidia Control Panel” -> “3D Settings” -> “Manage Settings” -> “Software Settings” tab in the list, select FF15, and in the program settings we look for function “Vertical sync pulse” -> select – “fast”
The game has been ported from the console and the number of various complaints from PC users inevitably grows. According to
Most of the top cards do not cope with the maximum settings. The GTX 1080 Ti shows us only 48 fps (!), While the RX 580 gives us 32 fps (!). The data is given in full HD and at maximum parameters.