Bottom line: One YouTuber discovered a two-part solution that dramatically improves the gaming performance of each of the three games in Rockstar’s new GTA trilogy for PC. Not all workarounds are perfect, especially if you’ve spent your money on a high refresh rate monitor, but they should at least make games bearable before Rockstar can deploy a patch or two.
Rockstar Games would no doubt like to hit the reset button in Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. The remaster package was officially launched on November 11, but strong demand forced the company to close the game launch program for “maintenance” shortly thereafter. He returned a day later, but gamers discovered that Rockstar pulled out the trilogy to remove “files inadvertently included in these versions.”
Almost a week has passed, and while the game available for purchase Once again, there are still many issues on the PC that need to be addressed. Fortunately, the gaming community has already found some workarounds.
First, you need to lock the display refresh rate to 60Hz and activate VSync.
Joker Productions also recommends switching the default games API from DirectX 11 to DirectX 12. This can be done in the Rockstar Launcher by going to Settings -> Launch Arguments and entering “-dx12”. This will need to be done for each of the three games in the trilogy.
With any luck, Rockstar will fix some performance issues and shaky AI in the near future, but for now, these manual changes should at least allow early users to play the games without any major performance issues.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition retails for $ 59.99 on all major platforms including Nintendo switch…