Apex Legends Mobile Crashing on Bluestacks, How to fix?

Windows users can enjoy Apex Legends even on their PC using the Bluestacks application. The Bluestacks application is an emulator that can run almost any Android program that the user throws at it. Specific programs that require high Performance will also demand decent hardware on your PC to run the application. And Apex Legends is one of those.

But some users, despite having a capable machine, cannot run Apex Legends on their PC. They get a crash while the game is loading up on the application. This is troublesome for people trying to enjoy some Apex Legends game time on their PC. But this problem can be solved if the settings in the Bluestacks application are optimized correctly. And here, in this article, we will see how we can do that. So without any further ado, let’s get into it.

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How to fix Apex Legends Mobile Crashing on Bluestacks?

There are different options available for graphics and Performance in the Bluestacks application. Set everything according to what you see below, and your game should not crash anymore.

Just ensure that you have a capable machine to run the application in the first place. You need a dedicated GPU, 8GB of RAM, and a six or eight-core processor for everything to go smoothly.

Graphics settings:

You will find graphics settings for Bluestacks right in the settings menu of the Bluestacks application.

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  • Open the Bluestacks application.
  • Click on the Settings icon on the right side of the application window.
  • Click on Graphics here.
  • Set Graphics engine mode on compatibility.
  • Set Graphics renderer on OpenGL.
  • Ensure the Interface renderer is set at auto.
  • Ensure ASTC texture is set to Software decoding and not hardware decoding.
  • Turn on the toggle for “Prefer dedicated GPU.”

Apex Legends Mobile Crashing on Bluestacks, How to fix?

  • Now click on Save changes.

Performance settings:

You will find performance settings for Bluestacks right in the settings menu of the Bluestacks application.

  • Open the Bluestacks application.
  • Click on the Settings icon on the right side of the application window.
  • Click on Performance here.
  • Set CPU allocation on Custom and 5.
  • Set Memory allocation to High(4GB).
  • Ensure Performance mode is set to High Performance.
  • Ensure the Frame rate is set to 60.
  • Turn off the toggle for everything else

Apex Legends Mobile Crashing on Bluestacks, How to fix?

  • Now click on Save changes.

Now go back to Bluestacks main page and open up Apex Legends mobile. It should work properly without a crash now.

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