Deathloop, an action-adventure game by Arkane Studios and Bethesda Softworks, is releasing this Sep 2021. This guide is all about how to fix Deathloop errors – craash, low FPS, black screen, performance issues and more such glitches that might come up. The game is for platforms PC and PS5. Below we have put together the latest minimum and recommended system requirements for Deathloop that is known so far. Please check these and verify your PC can support the game.
Update the drivers. This approach fixes the crash issue for many users. Next things to try is to perform a clean install of the latest drivers.
Install the latest Visual C++.
While you play the game, disable the antivirus.
For the performance issues, you can make sure the PC meets the minimum system requirements as the first thing. Also keeps the drivers to the latest version and make sure that no other background apps which you are not using are running. Any peripherals which are not needed also should be removed.
The fix for Nvidia users that has helped players so far is make few changes in Nvidia Control Panel. Here is what to do: Open Nvidia Control Panel and go to Manage 3D settings. Now go to Vertical Sync and turn it On and click Apply. This aims to make the performance better.
Here is a fix working for error 0xC0000001D in Deathloop. First, reboot your PC, enter BIOS while the system boots up. You need to enable AES. To do this, scroll down the settings and look for AES. You need to enable this. Now the error should not come.
This guide will be updated with more fixes as they come up.