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Battlefield V PC Issues, Low FPS, Stuttering and Fixes

Battlefield V PC Issues, Low FPS, Stuttering and Fixes

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Battlefield V PC Issues, Low FPS, Stuttering and Fixes

Battlefield V is now available to rock on PC as for much the PS4 and Xbox One versions are slated for November 15. The game features such awesome gameplay improvements but there is some technical issue are occurring on the PC version.

The users are reporting Crashes, Low FPS, Stuttering, Glitches and some other issues. Below, we addressed some known problems with possible workarounds.

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Battlefield V – Low FPS or Slow Performance Fix

Sometimes when there is a lot of on-screen action and effects, a system that’s close to the minimum specs may have problems rendering everything and you can end up feeling like you’re watching a slideshow more than playing a game. This happens when your system is under stress and can’t serve up the number of Frames Per Second (FPS) it should.

So, make sure, your hardware is meeting the minimum requirements of the game, also update the Hardware drivers as well to avoid such problems.

Battlefield V – Stuttering or Rubberbanding Fix

Microstuttering, as tiny shudders and jolts in movement, is sometimes a DirectX issue.  Ideally, your graphics card should support DirectX 11.1 to run Battlefield V correctly. If you’re running Direct X 12 and seeing micro stuttering, turn Direct X 12 off in the Advanced Video settings of the game, then restart and see if it improves things.

Microstuttering can also be a driver issue, whether it’s a driver conflict or the latest driver for your graphics card not working well with Battlefield V. If you’ve already tried a clean reinstall of your graphics drivers, you may just need to wait for a new driver to fix it.

Rubberbanding: Here your player character runs like they have a rubber band attached to them, and then gets snapped back to their starting point. It’s usually a connection issue (high latency or a very jittery/spiky connection). If it always happens in the same area in-game, it may be a geometry/terrain issue and worth reporting as a bug.

Try reducing some of your video settings to avoid this. The game may not look as pretty, but it should play more smoothly.

Battlefield V – Missing Alpha/Beta Dog tags or Emblems

After Beta and Alpha tests, the Dogtags and Emblems are missing. You will get yours soon as developers said.

Battlefield V – Missing Pre-Order or Deluxe Editions Items

As the game is not yet released, so wait for November 15 to get special items. On release day, if you’re sure you’re missing something, try restarting the game and checking again. If it’s still not there, contact EA for help.

Battlefield 5 – Can’t join from the social screen with a full squad

This bug is proving tough to vanquish. If you have a full squad please join matches through the Advanced Search screen instead.

Battlefield 5 – Reinforcement Menu Sticking

If you have the Reinforcement menu open when entering a vehicle, it may get stuck on your screen. While we’re working on this one, try to make sure you close the menu before spawning into a vehicle.

Battlefield V – Medic Self-heal Animation Glitch

It may look sometimes like you’re trying to heal yourself with an ammo pouch you’ve just looted. This is a display bug and your self-heal should still work.

Battlefield V – Top turret tank spawning Issue

Sometimes, if you spawn into the top turret position in a tank, your weapon and arms won’t track with your aim. Shooting still works and does follow your aim, but your arms and weapons don’t line up with it.

Battlefield 5 PC System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10
  • Processor (AMD): AMD FX-8350 or Intel Core i5 6600K
  • Memory: 8GB RAM
  • Graphics card (NVIDIA): NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB or AMD Radeon RX 560 / HD 7850 2GB
  • DirectX: 11.0 Compatible video card or equivalent
  • Hard-drive space: 50GB

Recommended:

  • Processor AMD Ryzen 3 1300X or Intel Core i7 4790 or equivalent
  • Memory: 12GB RAM
  • Graphics card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB or AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB
  • DirectX: 11.1 Compatible video card or equivalent

Work in progress…

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