Reduce Necromunda Hired Gun Stuttering

The question of how to reduce Necromunda Hired Gun stuttering has been a matter of sometimes heated arguments among the player base, particularly on PC. It has been a bit of a problem for a lot of people, rendering the game nigh unplayable. Fortunately, there are a few ways that you can potentially remedy this. We’re gonna give you some ideas on how to fix stuttering in Necromunda in this guide.

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reduce necromunda hired gun stuttering
Reduce Necromunda Hired Gun Stuttering

How to Reduce Necromunda Hired Gun Stuttering on PC

To reduce or fix the Necromunda Hired Gun stuttering on PC, there are a number of fixes and workarounds that you can use. The first thing is to, obviously, make sure that your PC meets at least the minimum requirements the game demands. Second, check your storage drive space. If it’s nearly full, that can cause problems. Third, install the game on the same drive as the OS you’re using, and fourth, make sure that your graphics card drivers are up to date. These are all fairly basic, but they could be what’s giving you trouble.

If none of the above fixes the stuttering, here are some other options. One of them is to disable Windows Game Mode and the GeForce Experience overlay, if you’re running them. You should also disable DLSS and texture steaming, and enable v-sync. Also, consider switching to DirectX 11 instead of 12, that seems to remove the issue for some. Still not working? Try launching the game in a clean boot environment. If none of this helps reduce stuttering in Necromunda Hired Gun, you can always try playing in Windowed Mode. Yes, that sounds completely counter-intuitive, but players have reported it getting rid of the stutter.

If you have any other ideas on how to fix stuttering in Necromunda, let us know in the comments below. You can also check out some of our other guides for the game. Among others, we’ve written How To Equip Weapons, How to Change Outfits, and How to Pet Your Dog.

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