NieR Automata Gets User Made Fix To Improve Performance And Fix Other Issues
The PC version of NieR Automata has its fair share of problems and Platinum Games does not seem to be releasing a patch to fix these issues. However, a user made fix to improve the game’s performance is here to save you.
There are two versions of this fix, one is the automated one and the other is the manual one. This NieR Automata fix not only fixes the performance but also fixes the fullscreen issues for the game.
Just recently, a mod for NieR Automata was released that provides more stable performances on lower end configurations and also offers a chance to lock frame rate for a mush smoother experience.
NieR Automata director has been quite vocal about his games and thoughts on other things in the gaming industry. Recently, NieR Automata director, Yoko Taro, expressed his desire for a successor to PS Vita, saying that while Nintendo Switch will help the handheld market but he would like to see a smaller next-generation portable device.
I want a Vita successor. While I feel a bit relieved since the Switch appeared, I’d like a slightly smaller next-generation portable game machine. I’d like to satisfy the desire that cannot be satisfied by smartphones, that don’t have physical buttons.
Just last month a New PS Vita patent emerged on the internet which would suggest that Sony might already be considering a successor to PS Vita.
However, Sony is a huge company and has many patents and not all of them are put into production and we are not so sure about this one looking at how the PS Vita went.
NieR Automata is an action RPG developed by Platinum Games for PC and PlayStaiton 4.