While Total War: Warhammer 3 has enjoyed a successful launch, it has not been without its hiccups. The strategy game saw oodles of negative PC player reviews on release citing stability and performance issues on specific bits of hardware. Now, though, Creative Assembly has outlined what it’s doing about that.
The developer shares on Steam’s forums that it’s working on the first of several hotfixes to address the “critical issues” raised by the community. The plan is to release these as “rapidly” as possible without compromising the current stability or performance of the game. The first hotfix is planned for this week, though the timing could change due to several factors out of Creative Assembly’s control. The hotfix’s focus is addressing several multiplayer lobby issues, DirectX problems that stem from players running DX12, and framerate improvements for players using modern Intel CPUs. The developer will reveal the entire patch contents closer to the time.
More broadly, Creative Assembly explains that the challenge with fixing Total War: Warhammer 3 is that “there is no single culprit for the variety of issues being reported”.
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