Myth of Empires is a new large-scale multiplayer sandbox video game that has been developed by Angela Game and published by Antiidelay in November 2021. Initially, it was in the Early Access stage where players can enjoy about 70% of the game by carrying forward gameplay data to the full game. It seems that although the Myth of Empires game has received positive reviews on Steam, some players are facing Stuttering, FPS Drop, and Force Closes a lot.
It seems that the Angela Game and Antiidelay team are quite grateful for the generous support for the early access version of Myth of Empires. However, due to the unexpected bugs and glitches, some Myth of Empires players are encountering some issues like force closed, FPS drops, stutters, lags, etc apart from failing to sign in or forced closes of the client. Luckily, we’ve provided a couple of possible workarounds that should help you out.
Fix: Myth of Empires Stuttering, FPS Drop, and Force Closes
Now, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into the guide below.
1. Screen Stutters and FPS Drops
Please make sure to quit your translation software since the screen word capturing function of this software might conflict with the hotkeys of the Myth of Empires game. Meanwhile, if you’re using any live wallpaper app or running background tasks, or downloading any large file on your PC then you’ll need to close them all to check if the problem has been fixed or not.
2. Abnormal FPS Count
You’ll need to simply close the desktop management software such as Stardock Fences because it can cause the malfunction of the Myth of Empire game.
3. Force Closing the Game or Client
If in case, your Myth of Empires game or the Steam client is force closing then make sure to follow the methods below to fix such an issue.
- Press Windows + I keys to open up the Windows Settings menu.
- Next, click on Update & Security > Select Check for updates under the Windows Update section.
- If there is a feature update available, select Download and install.
- Wait for some time until the update gets completed.
- Finally, reboot your PC to apply changes immediately.
Update GPU Driver
- Press the Windows + X keys to open the Quick Link Menu.
- Now, click on Device Manager to open it > Double-click on Display adapters.
- Right-click on the active or problematic audio device > Select Update driver.
- Click on Search automatically for drivers > Wait for the process to complete.
- If there is an update available, the system will automatically check for it, and install the update.
- Once done, make sure to reboot the system to apply changes.
Fix your DirectX software
- Navigate to this Microsoft link to download the DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer on your PC.
- Next, install or update the DirectX version manually.
- Once done, restart your computer to apply changes.
Reinstall your System
Try resetting your PC from the Settings menu to check if the problem has been fixed or not. To do so:
- Press the Windows + I keys to open Windows Settings.
- Click on System > Click on Recovery.
- Now, select Reset PC next to the ‘Reset this PC’ option and follow the on-screen prompts.
- Then make sure to select Delete everything to freshly reinstall Windows.
- Wait for the process to be completed and then it’ll boot into the system as a fresh one.
- Finally, go through the initial setup process, and you’re done.
Verify Game Files
- Launch Steam > Click on Library.
- Right-click on Myth of Empires from the list of installed games.
- Now, click on Properties > Go to Local Files.
- Click on Verify Integrity of Game Files > You’ll have to wait for the process until it gets completed.
- Once done, just restart your computer, and check for the issue again.
4. Can’t Start the Game
Make sure to simply delete the Setting folder of the game client on your PC to fix the issue. By default, you’ll find the config file in the following directory.
If in case, you’ve installed the Myth of Empires game on another location or drive then head over to the same path and get into the Saved\Config folder to find out the setting folder then delete it. Once done, reboot your PC to apply changes.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, you can comment below.
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