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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Errors, Crashes, DirectX 11 Fatal Error, FPS Drops, Controller Split-Screen, And Fixes

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 has launched but, PC users have been reporting LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 errors and issues that are ruining their experience like crashes, No Input and more. Here we will discuss all the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 errors and issues and will also provide you with the possible fix or a workaround.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is a lego themed game based on characters featured in Marvel comics. The game is the sequel to critically acclaimed LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, however, the game has some issues which will be discussed here.

For more help on LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 also read our Unlockable Characters Guide.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Errors, Crashes And Fixes

Here we will discuss all the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 errors and issues and will also provide you with the possible fix or a workaround.

1 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Controller Split-Screen Issue
Some PC users have reported that as soon as they connect a controller the game goes into split screen co-op which is obviously annoying if you are playing solo and want to play that way.

The solution to this issue is very simple all you have to do is connect the controller before you launch the game and this issue will no longer bother you.

2 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 DirectX 11 Fatal Error
Some PC users have been experiencing this issue while trying to play the game. However, this issues is probably not tied to the game but to your GPU which doesn’t support DirectX 11.

If indeed your GPU doesn’t support the DirectX 11 then you need to upgrade your GPU since without that you won’t be able to launch the game.

3 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 No Input
This is one of the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Errors that players have been experiencing that requires players to press “L” button and there is “No Input” showing up on their screen.

The reason why this issue is happening is that the button is not tied to any Keyboard button and is essentially asking players to press the left analog stick on the controller.

To get past this issue you need to connect a controller and press the button other than that, there is no other workaround to fix this issue.

4 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Crashes
Many PC gamers have reported that the game crashes too often especially after the first level is completed. make sure you have updated GPU drivers to the latest version which might resolve this issue.

5 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Missing “.dll” Files
This is a common error that occurs mostly in Windows 7 users due to the lack of the updated OS or Visual C++ Redistributable not being up-to-date. All you have to do is update your OS and the issue will be resolved and if the OS is updated and the issue persists then just install the Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Update 3 which will automatically update the file or will put it in your system if it is missing.

6 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 FPS Drops, Sttutering
This is another one of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Errors that PC users have been experiencing. According to the reports, the game runs fine at a steady 60 FPS and then randomly the frame rate drops to unplayable levels. Furthermore, game’s performance varies system to system even if two systems have the same specs.

To resolve this issue make sure you are using the latest GPU drivers which bring game-specific optimizations. Also, make sure no unnecessary background process is running that is using too much hard drive. Open up task manager and terminate that background process.

Furthermore, make sure you are using the external GPU for the game instead of the internal since many systems use the external GPU when users play a game but at times the OS doesn’t shift to the external one and you have to do it manually either through your BIOS or Nvidia Control Panel, if you are using a Nvidia GPU.

7 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 No Audio, Buzzing Noise, Audio Issues
Some PC players have been experiencing audio issues in some cases there is no sound at all. To resolve this issue Go to Playback Devices by right-clicking on the sound icon in the bottom left corner of the desktop.

Here you will see a list of devices, all you have to do is disable all other sound devices except for the one that you want to use and the issue should resolve and this solution might also work for those who are using integrated sound cards.

Furthermore, some are experiencing strange buzz with the game sound which makes playing the game difficult. The solution to this issue is to playback devices by right clicking the audio icon in the bottom right corner, select the audio device that is enabled, for most it will be “Speakers”, and open properties. Select “Advanced” and set the audio quality.

There will be quite a few options and not every option will resolve this issue and you will have to experiment a little bit. This should resolve the issue.

If you are facing any other LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 errors not listed here or have a better solution to an error, let us know in the comments!