If you’re having bother taking part in the brand-spanking-new action-adventure Outriders, you might be in luck: after a excessive quantity of stories on launch day about stuttering and crashing, developer People Can Fly says it has pushed out a configuration update on Steam that should right these points if you happen to’re taking part in with DirectX 11.

“This is specifically for anyone still encountering stuttering or stability issues,” People Can Fly writes on the Outriders Steam forum. “We have just pushed a config update to Steam that will endure that DX11 now launches as intended (yesterday’s launcher was not launching DX11 properly).”

When you launch Outriders from Steam, you’ll initially be given a alternative between working the sport in DirectX 11 or DirectX 12, the latter enabling superior graphics options equivalent to DLSS, whereas the previous is usually extra appropriate for older video {hardware}. Evidently, the launcher wasn’t choosing DX11 appropriately, and gamers have discovered that the DLSS choice seems to be obtainable after they’ve run Outriders after choosing the DX11 choice – when it shouldn’t be obtainable in any respect.

People Can Fly says you’ll must restart Steam for the configuration update to take impact, and relying in your setup, you might have to obtain a patch as properly. People Can Fly additional suggests, if you happen to’re nonetheless seeing the choices obtainable, to disable DLSS and vsync within the recreation, then restarting Steam.

One person within the thread says that disabling Steam controller settings has eradicated the stutter they have been experiencing in Outriders, so that’s one thing price making an attempt as properly if the impact persists after the update.

Outriders has been Square Enix’s most successful launch on PC, regardless of server and technical points on day one. We’ve received a information to Outlanders classes if you happen to’re nonetheless undecided on which path to begin out on along with your first character.