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Thursday, 07 March 2013 08:29

PC Tomb Raider’s performance issues being looked into

Written by David Stellmack

Nvidia and Crystal Dynamics working on it

The issues and performance hit that owners of the Nvidia GeForce cards are having with the new release of Tomb Raider that was developed by Crystal Dynamics has apparently hit critical mass.

Nvidia is now working closely with the developer to resolve the performance and stability issues that players are seeing. Nvidia apparently didn’t get the final code for testing prior to release. The release code seems to have caused problems with stability and performance that was not seen in the previous beta versions of the game.

There is no word yet of when to expect an update that addresses the issue, but Nvidia is committed to working with Crystal Dynamics to resolve the issues as quickly as possible.

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