Kojima Productions released their much-awaited Death Stranding on PC a few days ago. The game was acclaimed on the PlayStation 4 by many enthusiasts and has made its way onto Steam and Epic Games Store. However, many users have reported errors and issues with the game since its release. One of such problems is the artefacts issue in Death Stranding, which causes the textures to appear weird and renders abnormal shapes on the screen. Until now, there has been no update from Kojima Productions. But, that does not mean that there is no resolution either.
For people that paid almost $60 for the game, these issues can be a bummer, to say the least. The Death Stranding artefacts issue can be caused due to a defected or out-dated GPU. It is no secret that Death Stranding is GPU-intensive! As such, you need an up-to-date GPU with the most recent drivers to run the game without any complications. In this article, we will explain how you can resolve the Death Stranding artefacts issue on PC.
How To Resolve The Death Stranding Artefacts Issue On PC?
Before you attempt any of the below-mentioned resolutions, make sure that your computer meets the minimum requirements for the game. If it does not, there’s no point in attempting any of the resolutions, as your computer cannot run the game. Below, we’ve mentioned both the minimum and recommended system requirements for Death Stranding.
OS: Windows® 10
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-3470 or AMD Ryzen™ 3 1200
Anytime that a new game comes out, both NVIDIA and AMD release new drivers that are optimized for it. NVIDIA’s Game Ready Driver 451.67 – WHQL has support for Death Stranding and a few other games as well. You can download the most up-to-date drivers from your GPU manufacturer’s website; NVIDIAor AMD, to ensure that your GPU is compatible with the game.
Often than not, many people ignore Windows updates. But, it is important to ensure that your Windows is up-to-date, as it brings support for new games and applications. As of now, Windows 10 Version 2004 is the most recent update, which was released on 27th May 2020. You can update your Windows from the Update & Security option in Settings. You can also update it from the Windows 10 Update Assistant application, which you can download from Microsoft’swebsite.