A good news for Windows 10 PC gamers! Developing studio Remedy Entertainment just now responded over the concerns which were raised by PC gamers soon after the release of Quantum Break.

Remedy Addresses Quantum Break Issues, Assures PC Version Fix

The studio acknowledge and addressed some big technical and performance related issues which were faced by the Windows 10 gamers on its official forums. The studio says that it is “working diligently with Microsoft Studios” to fix the issues.

“We are aware that some players are facing issues with the Windows 10 version of Quantum Break and some extent on Xbox One. We want to let you know that we are working diligently with Microsoft Studios on addressing all the feedback; below are the things we know about today that are being worked on.”

One of the major issue stated by the studio and fans was frame-rate stuttering, which is currently being address and will be fixed very soon with an update.

Issues other than stuttering include game’s performance on Windows 10. The studio says that it is closely working AMD and NVIDIA to fix and improve gameplay.

Sometimes, after a longer play session, the game can end up to a state where the video memory becomes fragmented, and an important asset gets moved to system memory, which slows the rendering performance significantly. This problem is very rare and Remedy will continue to investigate and improve the video memory behavior in future updates.

The forum includes full list of big, highlighted issues, temporary solution to some problems as well and also promises to resolve these issues mainly through updates. Surely, we will see some big updates in coming weeks so that people can enjoy and optimize this amazing game. Quantum Break was released last week on April 5th for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.

Source: RemedyGames

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