Medieval Dynasty crashing stuttering fix – The game is based in Europe during the Middle Ages. A time when Nobles and clergy rule over Europe. Trade between the nations brings not only prosperity but also envy, distrust, and greed.
You get to play as a poor but skilled hunter and farmer. Start by building a small outpost in the medieval world and then proceed to develop it into a bustling village. There are plenty of other things that you have do in this game. Like hunting for food, gathering resources and crafting equipment to build and improve your home and other buildings of the village. Found a family and take good care of your wife and heirs – and attract new villagers to help you grow and expand your dynasty. Be aware of harsh winters and unexpected events while honing your skills to turn from a medieval survivor into a dynasty ruler.
Now the question is, how does this game perform on PC? Well, it looks like things are not that smooth as a lot of players are complaining about crashes and micro stutters in the game. Therefore here is a basic guide to fix some of the issues.
Medieval Dynasty – Game is Crashing and Stuttering – How to fix
What are the PC Requirements for Medieval Dynasty?
Compare the minimum and recommended system requirements of Medieval Dynasty with the specifications of your system. And see how capable is your system.
|MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS||RECOMMENDED SPECIFICATIONS|
|OS||Windows 7, 8, 10||Windows 10|
|PROCESSOR||3 GHz Quad Core Processor||4 GHz Quad Core Processor|
|MEMORY||8 GB RAM||16 GB RAM|
|GRAPHICS||DirectX 11 compatible GPU, 4GB dedicated VRAM (GeForce GTX 970 / Radeon RX 480)||DirectX 11 compatible GPU, 6GB dedicated VRAM (GeForce GTX 1060 / Radeon RX 580)|
|DIRECT X||Version 11||Version 11|
|NETWORK||Broadband Internet connection||Broadband Internet connection|
|STORAGE||10 GB available space||10 GB available space|
|ADDITIONAL NOTES||Disk space will change||Disk space will change|
As you can see, you require a decent gaming rig to play Medieval Dynasty at the lowest possible settings. Also, I am not sure what do they mean by “3 GHz Quad Core Processor”. It is safe to assume that you need a processor similar to an Intel i3 8100 to play this game at low settings. Probably at 30 FPS.
Update Video Drivers
Neither Nvidia nor AMD, have released optimized drivers for Medieval Dynasty yet. But we would still recommend that you update your drivers just to be on the safe side. Here are the links:
Medieval Dynasty – Best Graphics Settings
We are still fiddling with the graphics settings of Medieval Dynasty. This section will get updated soon.
Update : We decided to test this game on a mediocre gaming PC consisting of a GTX 1060 6GB and a Ryzen 5 1600. Here are the settings we think would be the best for this setup:
- Window Mode : Fullscreen
- Resolution : 1920×1080
- Aspect Ration : 16:9
- V-Sync : Off
- Frame Rate Limit : Unlimited
- View Distance : Medium
- Anti-Aliasing : Medium
- Post-Processing : High
- Shadows : Low
- Textures : Medium
- Effects : Low
- Foliage : Medium
- Sharpness : 1
Verify Medieval Dynasty on Steam
You can actually verify the in-game files of the game to check whether your system is missing any files that might be causing the game to crash or stutter:
- Go to your Steam Library
- Right click on Medieval Dynasty
- Select Properties
- Click on the Local Files tab
- Click on Verify Integrity of Game File
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
Disable Steam Overlay
The Steam Overlay is recently causing problems in a lot of games. Try turning it off.
- Go to you Steam Library
- Right-click on Medieval Dynasty
- Select Properties
- Under the General tab, check the box next to Enable the Steam Overlay while in-game
Close all overclocking applications
If Medieval Dynasty is crashing a lot for you then chances are it is being caused by an overclocking application or utility running in the background. A lot of games have been suffering from this issue lately due to applications like MSI Afterburner. So it is best to stay on the safe side and run your graphics card on default speeds.
Turn off Windows 10 Background Recording
The Captures tool on Windows 10 often tend to take up a lot of resources and the Background Recording feature always records in the background while you are playing any game. So turn it off would immediately give you a boost. Here is how to do it:
- Open Windows Settings
- Click on Gaming
- Select Captures
- Turn off Background Recording
Wait for updates from Render Cube
Medieval Dynasty is a brand new game. Bugs and performance issues are pretty common in games during launches. So expect a ton of patches and updates from Render Cuber, who are the developers of this game. 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 stuttering and freezing issues pretty soon.
These are all the fixes we have right now for the problems in Medieval Dynasty.
If these fixes don’t work for you then you can you can post your issue on the official Medieval Dynasty Steam Discussions. You will find a lot of developers commenting on the posts there.
If you think this guide had helped you then let us know in the comment section below. Also, If you have found some fixes that are guaranteed to work then also you can comment below. We will put it on this article. Good luck!
That’s all folks!
Last Updated on September 17, 2020