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    Fixing Soulstice low FPS issue, stuttering, and frame drops

    If you want to see some futuristic fighting style combined with adventure, then Soulstice will surely grant your wish true. Soulstice has a release on the 20th of September this year. on PS, Xbox and PC. And is a huge topic of appraisal due to its amazing 4K visual graphics. This single players game has made it more fun. But the gameplay is what makes the players excited. In this guide, I will help you with the solution to the Soulstice low fps, stuttering, and frame drops issues.

    The gameplay is about the survival of the human race which is in desperate need to help. The safety Holy Kingdom of Keidas is violated by the furies and vicious powerful monsters Wraiths who entered front the other side of the Veil. These evil creatures can not only consume their prey but also possess them to convert them into unstoppable monsters. But the savior is the Chimeras who save mankind.

    The two sisters, Briar and Lute are reborn as Chimeras who are on the mission to save a city under the Wraiths. Briar has the superpowers of strength and resistance, while Lute has sacrificed her soul to merge her powers to create a shade that has mystical powers. Little did they know that the Order has different and complex plans for them.

    Let’s begin with the technical solutions for the low FPS and other issues.

    Soulstice System Requirements

    MINIMUM:

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: 64-bit windows 10
    • Processor: Core i7 4770k @3.5GHZ/Ryzen S 1600
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GTX1060/RX5500XT
    • DirectX: Version 12
    • Storage: 30 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: GPU Memory: 6GB or Higher

    RECOMMENDED

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: 64-bit windows 10
    • Processor: Core i7 4770k @3.5GHZ/Ryzen S 2600
    • Memory: 12 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GTX1080/RX5600XT
    • DirectX: Version 12
    • Storage: 30 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: GPU Memory: 6GB or Higher

    Change Graphics Driver Settings

    Furthermore, to fix the Soulstice low FPS issue on PC, we highly suggest that you tweak the graphics setting in Nvidia or AMD control panel. For Nvidia users, in Manage 3D Settings of the driver, set Shader Cache Size to Unlimited. This setting alone has increased performance for numerous players.

    For other settings, go to Nvidia Control Panel -> Adjust Image Settings and Preview -> Select 3D Image settings -> Advanced 3D settings. Then do the following changes.
    Max Framerate: 165
    Low-Latency Mode: Ultra
    Texture Filtering Quality: High Performance
    Power Management Mode: Maximum Performance
    OpenGL Rendering GPU: Graphics Card

    For Soulstice AMD settings, change the settings to the following:
    Texture Filtering Quality: Performance
    For Radeon Anti-Lag: Enabled
    Radeon Chill: Disabled
    Radeon Boost: Enable
    Surface Format Optimization: Enabled
    Tessellation Mode: Off
    Anisotropic Filtering: Disabled
    OpenGL Triple Buffering: Disabled
    Morphological Anti-Aliasing: Disabled

    Lower Soulstice Graphics Settings

    Lower Soulstice Graphics Settings
    Lower Soulstice Graphics Settings

    If you are still having Soulstice low FPS issues, you should really try lowering the graphics settings. The graphics settings that greatly affect Soulstice performance are: 

    • Anti-Aliasing
    • Shadows Quality
    • Texture Quality
    • Texture Filtering
    • Effects
    • Foliage
    • Lightning

    Verify files integrity

    Let’s not give up yet! If you have had no luck in solving the Soulstice low FPS issue, give it a shot at verifying file integrity. Here’s how you can verify game files in Epic Games Launcher.

    Update the graphics card

    If you are running the game on an outdated GPU driver, it will lead to the game crashing at startup. Update both the GPU and sound drivers if they require additional updates besides the Windows update. The game will run smoothly and hopefully crash-free with updated drivers. Both Nvidia’s latest drivers and AMD’s latest drivers can be found on their official websites.

    Enable Game Mode and GPU Scheduling

    In order to increase Soulstice performance, you can also try enabling Game Mode on Windows 10 and 11. It will help in minimizing the background processes so that your Return to Monkey Island gets more FPS and better performance.

    You can do it by typing “Game Mode“ in Windows Search and selecting Game Mode settings. There will be an option to turn on the Game Mode.

    Furthermore, you can also enable Hardware Accelerated GPU scheduling to enhance Soulstice graphics performance.

    Install Soulstice on SSD

    Install Soulstice on SSD
    Install Soulstice on SSD

    Another way to fix the Soulstice graphics issue is to install the game on SSD. This can speed up the loading of the game files which can possibly give you a relatively higher frame rate. It should be noted that it is recommended in the system requirements that the game demands SDD.

    Disable Startup/Background Applications

    Try disabling all the extra background applications to decrease the load on the system. These include:

    • Antivirus
    • MSI Afterburner
    • Nvidia GeForce Experience
    • Steam
    • Photoshop, etc

    Contact Support

    If nothing works, then there seems to be an issue with the game. Your last resort to fixing Soulstice low FPS and stuttering issue will be to contact the official support team of Soulstice. You can try being specific then where exactly the FPS drop.

    We hope that this fixes the Soulstice low FPS and stuttering issues. If it does then please share this article to help your fellow gamers too. Lastly, be sure to check out our Gaming and Guides sections. We cover reviews, newsBest-of, and a lot of other stuff so bookmark us and keep following Retrology.

    Sara Javed
    Sara Javed
    An avid gaming writer who's always curious to know more about the gaming industry and video games in general. I am interested in learning new stuff and helping others do the same with my content.
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