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I have frequently been running into a bug where audio and textures take an abnormal amount of time to load. I am playing the game on an SSD. Here are some clips of the bug: https://clips.twitch.tv/LaconicPuzzledGrassWOOP My system specifications are an 15-6600 CPU, NVIDIA GTX 1070, 8GB of ram, and a 500gb Samsung SSD. Im not sure if my first post went through, so this is a repost. Sorry! OuterWorldsBug.zip
Hello all, I recently started playing, however I quickly noticed that in game textures take a while for them to load (like when I look at a pile of rubble I can see what it is, however the detailed texture will slowly load over time) and this has affected dialog in the game. As it seems that dialog does not begin until the character fully loads, so my screen is stuck looking at an individual for a bit before they begin to speak (the characters still have movement, but they are blurry). For example, I was talking to the Vicar in the beginning town and it took 4 minutes before he even began to talk (the game did not show dialog captions either). I also noticed that the music cuts in and out all the time, so I turned it off. Is this happening to anyone else? I am already turned down my settings and current I am running the game on High. Here is my current PC set up CPU= Intel Core i5-4590 3.30GHz Motherboard= ASRock H97M Pro4 Memory= Says I have 24gb installed Video Card= NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Power Supply= XFX XTR 550W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
While playing on PC (i7-950 @ 3.07ghz, GTX 770, 6gb RAM), I have come across frustrating visual lag only in cutscenes. The scene will begin, and the audio will play out as normal. The visuals however appear to be in slow motion, with the mouths of the characters animating several seconds slower than the dialog. The animation completes, and the cutscene continues. It's annoying enough for me to discontinue playing. Has anyone else had this issue? Any suggestions on how to rectify it? (I've attempted lowering settings, changing my audio settings in windows and all other hotfixes suggested online... doesn't seem to be a mainstream issue). The game itself is installed on a secondary HDD through Steam. Might attempt to reinstall on C:\, which is an SSD.