A YouTuber has discovered a two-part solution that will greatly improve in-game performance for each of the three new Rockstar GTA Trilogy games on PC. Not all solutions are perfect, especially if you're spending money on a high refresh rate monitor, but at least the games should be acceptable until Rockstar releases one or two patches.
Rockstar Games absolutely loves hitting the reset button in Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition. The remaster package was officially launched on November 11th, but increased demand prompted Game Launcher to drop it shortly after "maintenance". He returned a day later, but players discovered that he pulled the Rockstar trio to delete "files that were inadvertently included in these releases". p>
It's been about a week, and while the game is available as a purchase on PC. Again, there are still many issues that need to be addressed. Fortunately, some good-willed solutions have already appeared in the gaming community. p>
First, you want to lock your monitor's refresh rate to 60Hz and enable VSync.
Joker Productions also recommends a replacement. The default game API from DirectX 11 to DirectX 12. You can do this in the Rockstar Launcher under Settings -> Media Play and enter “-dx12”. This should be done for each of the three games in the trilogy.
Fortunately, Rockstar will be fixing some performance issues and poor AI in the near future, but for now, make these manual changes. become. At the very least, it should allow basic users to play games without any major performance issues. Offered for sale. p>
GTA Trilogy performance issues can largely be resolved by enabling DirectX 12 and VSync
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