Absolver Errors, Crashes, Controller Issues, Unlock FPS, UE4 Error, .INI Tweaks, and Workarounds

By   /   Aug 30, 2017
Absolver Errors, Crashes, and Workarounds Guide

Developed by Sloclap, Absolver is a martial arts-focused action role-playing game. Available for both Playstation 4 and PC, Absolver puts players in the shoes of warrior characters who fight other human players and AI-controlled characters across the fictional land of Adel, in the hopes of joining the ranks of the Absolver peacekeepers. Coming to the PC version of the game, Absolver is developed using Unreal Engine 4 and is runs fairly well. Not only it is incredibly easy to tweak the game’s .INI files, I have rarely come across random Absolver errors, crashes – except a few instances.

For more help on Absolver, you can check out our Beginners Guide.

Absolver Errors, Crashes, and Workarounds Guide

This Absolver Errors, Crashes, and Workarounds Guide details some of the most commonly occurring errors in the game and how to fix them for good.

Absolver Errors, Crashes, and Workarounds

#1 – Absolver How to Change Language

To change language, you need to right-click Absolver, open Properties, and click Set Launch Options. In the box that appears, you need to type the following with AA being the language:

-culture=‘AA’

  • Polish – pl
  • French – fr
  • English – en
  • German – de
  • Russian – ru
  • Spanish – es
  • Portuguese – pt

Simply replace the ‘AA’ with your desired language. For example, if you want to switch to Spanish, replace ‘AA’ with ‘es’.

#2 – Absolver Game Crashes with UE4 Error

Many players have reported that their game crashes with a UE4 error whenever they try to change a card in their deck. As of now, we do not have anything to fix the issue. We just hope that the developers are aware of it and will roll out a hotfix soon.

#3 – Absolver Dualshock 4 Showing Xbox Inputs

A few players have reported that even when connected with a Dualshock 4, the in-game inputs appear for Xbox One controller i.e. X, B, A, Y instead of X, Square, Circle, Triangle. A small workaround to fix it is to turn on the controller and turn it off immediately after getting into the game.

#4 – Absolver Gamepad not Recognized

If you are trying to play Absolver using a controller, there are chances that your controller will not work. This is a fairly common issue that you can fix with a simple workaround. The first thing that you need to do is to download x360ce 64-bit version from here and unzip the file in the following directory:

Steam > SteamApps > Common > Absolver > Absolver > Binaries > Win64

After that, start x360ce program to receive a warning about the xinput file. Now, click on create, save configuration, and start the game. If the controller is still not working for you, go to Steam Settings > Controller and choose from Xbox, PS, generic.

#5 – Absolver Disable Motion Blur

Those of you who do not want to play the game with Motion Blur, here is a small workaround to help you out! The first thing that you need to do is to head to the following directory:

AppData\Local\Absolver\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor

Once there, you need to open the Engine.ini in NotePad and add the following line:

[/script/engine.renderersettings]
r.DefaultFeature.MotionBlur=False

Now simply save the file and enjoy the experience the way you want!

#6 – Absolver Lengthy Loading Times

A few players have reported incredibly long loading times despite the game being on an SSD. This is a bug at best and reinstalling the game should fix it easily.

#7 – Absolver Cannot Connect to Servers

The developers are aware of all the network issues and working to get them fixed.

#8 – Absolver How to Unlock FPS

Those of you who want to play the game with unlocked Frames per Second need to head to the following directory:

AppData\Local\Absolver\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor

Once there, you need to add the following under ConsoleVariables by editing Engine.ini with NotePad:

bSmoothFrameRate=false
t.MaxFPS=200
ShowFlag.VisualizeMotionBlur=0
ShowFlag.MotionBlur=0

After you are done, open up the GameUserSettings.ini and add under /script/engine.gameusersettings:

bSmoothFrameRate=false
ShowFlag.VisualizeMotionBlur=0
ShowFlag.MotionBlur=0

This is currently all we have in our Absolver Errors, Crashes, and Workarounds Guide. If you have issues other than the ones mentioned above, let us know in the comments section below and one of our community members or us will try to help you out!

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