Dragon’s Dogma 2: Players Found A Dark Solution To Fix PC Problems?!

“In Dragon’s Dogma 2, there is a large amount of CPU usage for each character,” says Capcom, which also plans to improve performance.



Dragon’s Dogma 2 is out today, so everyone will be able to play it soon. However, there is one thing to keep in mind if anyone is planning to buy this open-world fantasy RPG. It turned out that DD2 on PC is a rather “demanding” game—so much so that there will even be parts that stay below 60 FPS.

Gamers who plan to buy it and play it on a mid-range or low-end PC can expect some pretty rough stuttering and frame rate drops in certain parts of the game.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 seems to assign a large amount of CPU usage to each character. The game dynamically calculates the effect of their physical presence in different environments. The CPU usage can be very high in certain situations where many characters are displayed at once. This can also affect the frame rate.

Obviously, this can lead to performance not being the best in the world. Capcom will make patches to fix this. According to their claim, they are looking for “opportunities to improve performance in the future”. We can’t forget that DD2 won’t run at 60FPS either on Xbox Series X/S or PS5. PS5’s performance is said to fluctuate, but according to the testers, it still provided a positive experience in all respects.


Player’s solution: massacre all NPCs in Dragon’s Dogma 2?!


As we’ve seen on Reddit, there are players planning to go on an NPC killing spree. They hope that this can improve the performance of Dragon’s Dogma 2. Some suggest killing off characters who have no significance to the story and whose deaths are meaningless. “The optimization is so bad that some people want to commit mass genocide to get more FPS,” says one player. It should be noted that Capcom takes the death of NPCs seriously in Dragon’s Dogma 2, and there is no way to revive them either…

Source: IGN, Reddit

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