Hardspace: Shipbreaker is a simulation game developed by Blackbird Interactive and published by Focus Home Interactive. In it, players can salvage tech, carve & slice spaceships to recover valuable materials. The title is currently available in Early Access on Steam and is bound to run into issues. If you are running into a Hardspace: Shipbreaker crash while playing, here are a few things you can do to fix it.
The title already has very positive reviews on Steam and seems like one of the better Early Access titles. There are a variety of titles related to space simulation on PC now, and it’s great to see it getting some love.
Hardspace: Shipbreaker crash while playing
To fix this issue, here are a few things you can try.
Turn on V-Sync
Simply toggle on V-sync in your game’s in-game display settings. This is something you can turn on if you are getting any screen tearing as well. For now, this is what the developers have recommended.
We hope to see it patched later so that players can choose to turn off the set as well.
Update your GPU Drivers
Make sure you are on the latest drivers for both NVIDIAor AMD
Additional Notes: 30 FPS in 1920×1080. The game is an Early Access game, and minimum specifications may change during development. The game currently supports 1920×1080 monitor resolution. More resolutions will be supported at a later stage.
Additional Notes: 60 FPS in 1920×1080. The game is an Early Access game, and recommended specifications may change during development. The game currently supports 1920×1080 monitor resolution. More resolutions will be supported at a later stage.
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