Steps to Fix Halo 4 UE4 Fatal Error

I still remember playing Halo: Spartan Assault in 2016, on Intel Core 2 Duo the graphics were not so fascinating. But now, Halo 4 looks way beyond amazing in terms of graphics and gameplay. Unfortunately, some of the players are facing Halo 4 UE4 fatal error as the game supports Unreal Engine 4.

The UEA fatal error appears when the graphics card is unstable. However, there could be many reasons for the instability of the graphic card. But the problem is this fatal error is not resolving even when we perform a system restart. If you’re victimized with the Halo 4 UE4 fatal error, here’s how you can fix that.

Stick to the guide till the end, and we’ll show you how it’s done. Without further ado, let’s get started.

Steps to Fix Halo 4 UE4 Fatal Error

Steps to Fix Halo 4 UE4 Fatal Error

The major reason that makes the graphics card unstable is outdated driver software, so it’s recommended to update the driver to its latest version. Nvidia users have Game Ready Driver available with day 1 support for some new games, same goes with the AMD users.

You can try to play the game on lower graphics, as the system requirements of the game are huge which might cause stress on your graphics card. Also, using software like MSI Afterburner can overclock the GPU, disable it, and other software if you’re using it before playing the game.

You can perform these steps before launching the game.

  1. Press Windows Key + R > type msconfig > press Enter
  2. Visit the Service tab
  3. Check Hide all Microsoft services
  4. Click on Disable all
  5. Visit the Startup tab and click on the Open Task Manager
  6. Disable the task one by one
  7. Restart the system
  8. Now, try to play the game, the fatal error should not bother you

What if Nothing Works?

If the solutions above don’t work out for you, then try to play the game by limiting the FPS of the game as the fluctuating FPS can also cause the issue. Not only this factory overclocking or the overlocking caused during turbo mode can also cause stress on the graphic card. Visit BIOS and set the clock speed if that’s the case.

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Subodh Gupta
Subodh Gupta

Love to explore the world of smartphones and gadgets. Focused on latest and upcoming tech news, Android news, ROMs, tips, guides, leaks, and reports. Love Android and Windows Phones but addicted to Android OS from Android Gingerbread version till now. Foody and music lover.

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