How to fix Lag, Stuttering, Crashing and FPS drops in Rogue Company

Rogue Company lag stuttering crashing fps drops fix – It looks like that a lot of players are experiencing performance related problems like lag, stuttering, crashing and fps drops while playing Rogue Company on PC. Therefore, here is a guide to fix some of those issues.

How to fix lag, stuttering, crashing and fps drops in Rogue Company

Check PC Requirements of Rogue Company

Minimum

  • OS – Windows 7 64 bit
  • CPU – Intel(R) Core i5-2320
  • GPU – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 555
  • RAM – 4GB
  • Storage – 16GB

Recommended

  • OS – Windows 10
  • CPU – Intel Core i7 3.20 ghz 12
  • GPU – GTX 960
  • RAM – 16GB
  • Storage – 16GB

Tweak display settings

  • Screen Mode – Fullscreen Mode
  • Resolution – 1920×1080 (Native resolution of your monitor)
  • Vsync – Off
  • Motion Blur Enable – Off
  • Safe Frame – 100%

Click here to check out the detailed guide on best graphics settings for Rogue Company.

Verify games files via Epic Launcher (Potential fix for crashes)

  • Launch Epic Games Launcher
  • Go to game library
  • Click on the three dots below Rogue Company
  • Select Verify

Update your Graphics Drivers (Fixes crashes)

It looks like a lot of people have managed to fix the crashes in Rogue Company by just updating their video drivers.

Here are the links to the latest drivers for AMD and Nvidia graphics cards:

  1. Nvidia Drivers
  2. AMD Drivers

Disable Xbox Game Bar

It has been a while since Microsoft introduced the Xbox Game Bar feature on Windows 10. Sadly it still causes fps drops in some games. I am not sure if your lag in Rogue Company has anything to do with the game bar or not, but it is better to keep it off. Here is how to do it:

  1. Open Windows 10 Settings menu
  2. Click on Gaming
  3. Select Xbox Game Bar from the left sidebar
  4. Turn it off
  5. Restart your game launcher

Disable Game Mode

Game Mode is another feature that got introduced in Windows 10 but it is a complete hit or miss. In some games this features helps while it causes performance issues in some. So it is better to turn it off. Here is how to disable game mode:

  1. Open Windows 10 Settings menu
  2. Click on Gaming
  3. Select Game Mode from the left sidebar
  4. Turn it off
  5. Restart your game launcher

Disable Nvidia GeForce Experience Overlay (For Nvidia users)

Recently I have noticed that a lot of Nvidia services would pop up whenever I turn on the Nvidia In-Game Overlay. You won’t realize until you check properly that there are a lot of these services and though individually they are consuming very little percentage of your CPU, when you combine them it is a hefty chunk. So try turning it off.

  • Launch Nvidia Geforce Experience
  • Click on the Settings icon on the top right corner
  • Select the General Tab
  • Turn of In-Game Overlay
  • Restart your system

Turn off Windows Background Recording

If you have Background Recording on on your Windows then it can cause FPS drops or Lag. Basically the feature constantly records in the background when you are playing a game. Here is how to disable Windows Background Recording:

  • Open Windows Settings
  • Click on Gaming
  • Select Captures
  • Now turn off Background Recording

Preferred Graphics Processor (For Nvidia Laptop users)

If your laptop feature a Nvidia graphics card inside then you need to make sure your laptop is using that instead of the low powered integrated one.

  • Just open Nvidia Control Panel
  • Click on Manage 3D settings located on the left side
  • Select the Program Settings tab
  • Under “Select a program to customize” select Rogue Company
  • If it is not there then click on Add and then select it
  • Now set “Select the preferred graphics processor for this program” to “High-performance NVIDIA processor”

Close Overclocking apps

Recently a lot of games have been facing constant crashes and freezing due to overclocking utilities like MSI Afterburner or the Zotac Firestorm. Try to run your graphics card at base clock speeds and try to avoid overclocking as of now.

Check Anti-Virus Software on your System

Anti-Virus software hooks very deep into user systems and can affect disk and network operations which can cause crashes in games. Some games also use copy protection technology that can appear as malicious software to an AV scanner, resulting in potential false-positive alerts.

Try disabling your Anti-Virus software temporarily and then run Rogue Company. It may also be necessary to add exceptions for Rogue Company in your AV configuration.

Run Epic Launcher with administrator rights

Launching the Epic Games Launcher with administrator rights might solve your problems. Here is how to do it:

  • Go to the folder where you have installed Epic Games Launcher
  • Right-click on EpicGamesLauncher.exe and select Properties
  • Go to the Compatibility tab
  • Click Change settings for all users
  • Under Privilege Level, check Run this program as administrator
  • Click Apply

Wait for Updates

Rogue Company is still in beta. So expect a ton of patches and updates from the developers. All you have to do is be patient and wait for the developers to address the issues. We are pretty sure that they will be releasing a patch to fix the crashing issues pretty soon.

These are all the fixes we have right now for people who are experiencing lag, stutters, crashes and fps drops in Rogue Company.


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