Craftopia is a brand new game with multiplayer survival action games made in Japan. There are many features you’ll find enjoyable, such as hunting, farming, hack-and-slash, etc. The game is successfully launched on Steam, a number of players like the game. However, some players are reporting that Craftopia for PC is encountering errors and some bugs.
The game is quite new, so this error might be resolved as time passes by. But there is great news that some players already fixed the issues of the game. Looks like all the errors and problems are common for all players. Some Craftopia players are encountering the black screen and lagging issue. If you’re one of them who are facing the same issues. You are on the right post.
In this article, we’ve successfully managed to provide workarounds to eliminate errors and issues. So let’s get started.
How to Fix Craftopia Black Screen?
While playing the game, the black screen appears for some players. And for some players, a black screen appears with audio in the background. This will be get fixed in no time.
The main reason behind you’re experiencing the black screen issue is your GPU driver. Yes, you read it right, just update or install the driver version this will help you to fix the error. Make sure you keep your GPU drivers up to date.
Another thing you can do is to launch the game, when the black screen appears, just press “Alt + Enter”. It will allow you to go into Windowed mode and it will start to display.
How to Fix Craftopia Lagging Issue?
If you play heavy games, lagging is the crucial part you’ve to face. If you play PC games, performance is a common issue. Players are reporting that Craftopi encounters lagging and drops the frames randomly. This usually happens when the game is being Ealy Access title while reading writing the files, this needs optimization. Here’s how you can fix the lagging issue:
- Launch the game and disable in-game v.sync and close the game.
- Now, open Nvidia Control panel > Manage 3d settings
- Under manage 3d settings, click on Program Settings > Select the game and make changes given below.
- Anti-aliasing-FXAA : “Off”
- Anti-aliasing-Gamma Correction: “Off”
- CUDA GPUs: “All”
- Low Latency Mode: Ultra.
- Set Power Management to “Prefer Maximum Performance”
- Shader Cache: “On” (only if you are using an HDD.)
- Set Texture filtering – Quality to “High Performance”
- Triple Buffering: “Off”
- Set Vertical Syn to “On”
- If the game issue persists, then set Vertical Sync to “Fast”.
This not only fixes the lagging issue but also potentially gives a significant FPS boost. If you have a mid-range CPU and GPU, it will work fine.
Another thing you can do is to install the latest GPU driver. Also, open Task Manager to track if the process is using HDD, CPU, or GPU.
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