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FIFA 19 Facing FPS Issue On PC, Drivers Issue?

It is only a matter of days before the latest FIFA installment rolls out globally. However, the premium access users have been given access to the game before the release of FIFA 19. Some of these users are perhaps facing problems in the game regarding FPS.

Although the FIFA 19 demo has already launched the full-game is yet to release. The pre-release access for premium users has indeed started to lay out the issues with the game beforehand. While the game is not publically accessible the issues have started to reach out to the FIFA gaming community.

One such user at the online forum discussion platform, Resetera, claims that FIFA 19 does not work properly on PC. The game seemingly has FPS problems.

While one issue is the drop of frame rate in FIFA 19, reports of a dx12 error crash have also come in. Although the crash can be eliminated by switching to dx11 the frame rate certainly has something which needs to be dealt with the PC port of the game.

FIFA 19 reportedly runs fine except for the fact that these two issues came up with an “i7 7700k and a 1080ti with 32gb DDR4 ram” for FIFA 19 on PC. Presumably, this could be a micro stutter issue.

Fifa 19 gameplay on PC is reportedly swinging in between 50 and 60 FPS and removing the FPS cap could result in a micro stutter. All these issues could very well be related to drivers as Nvidia is yet to release Game Ready Drivers for the FIFA 19.

On the other hand, there are a number of FIFA 19 PC players that have reported that they haven’t faced any of these issues. The PC users also have an edge in terms of file size compared to the PlayStation 4 version as the PC version requires 32.83GB to install while the PS4 version requires 39.53GB.

The game is yet to launch and the first glitch in the game has already been found.

While the developers could roll out a hotfix for the errors by the game launched on September 28, 2018.

Furthermore, the changes EA made have not been well-received as well. Let’s hope developers can pull it together and put the pieces of FIFA 19 in one place before the release of the game. FIFA users have already been warned to be careful and avoid any FUT coins distribution.