A few tech tips for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is now out- it is a game that shouldn’t exist, but against all odds, here we are. It’s a game that fans of the original have longed for wistfully for a while now- and now it’s real, and they can play it. But if they happen to be playing it on the PC, they may run into some problems.
Not a whole lot of them- surprisingly, for a DICE release, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst launched with very few issues and bugs. But there still are a couple of problems that are big enough that they can detract from your enjoyment of the game. If you happen to run into those, this guide should hep. Here, we list some of the biggest problems that players of Mirrors Edge Catalyst are running into, and suggested fixes for them.
But first, the recommended system specs:
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This is a problem that players of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst have been reporting since before the game’s launch- and unfortunately, according to DICE, the issue has no real fix right now, and they are working on a patch. That said, some users have reported that the following workarounds have alleviated the problem for them, so maybe give these a try:
GAME CRASH/APPCRASH/GAME NOT RESPONDING/BLACK SCREEN
If you are running into this error, you can try the following fixes:
Gameplay issues in Mirror’s Edge Catalyst can be varied, including, but not being limited to:
If you run into any of these, simply exit the game and restart- this resolves most of the gameplay issues you may run into.
Sometimes, the text in the PC version can render wrong: mostly, this happens when the text displayed is the name of the file that has the text the game should be displaying, rather than the text within the file itself. If this happens with you, uninstall and reinstall Origin.
LOW FPS AND STUTTERING
Note: Given that the wide range of PC hardware out there, the fixes mentioned here may or may not work for you. But it’s worth giving them a shot since these have worked for players who own the PC version of Overwatch.