There are many Apex Legends fans out there and some of them are super annoyed when the game starts to misbehave in any way. One of the problems many players faced is when Apex Legends keeps crashing. When that happens, there will be no error of any kind to show up, the game will just crash. Here, we are going to share some tips and potential solutions that can help you get rid of the issue.
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Apex Legends keeps crashing – things to do
Here, we are going to share some tips and ideas that you can try.
- Update the drivers – this should be your first stop if the game keeps crashing.
- If the issue started right after you updated the driver, then what you need to do is to downgrade it.
- Update Windows – make sure that you have the latest version of Windows
- Disable all overlays such as Oring, Discord, etc.
- Restart your PC to close the processes that are running in the background. One of the processes could be interfering with the game.
- Uninstall NVIDIA GeForce Experience and install it again. This helped many Apex Legends players to get rid of the issue.
- Limit FPS in the game – Click on the gear icon to access the Settings, go to Game Properties > Advanced Launch Options > Add +fps_max 90 or (some other max option), and when you are done click Save.
- Adjust all graphic setting to be as low as possible within the game
- You can also try reducing VRAM from 8GB to 6GB.
- Reinstall the game.
Try these solutions one by one and hopefully one will do the trick and the crashes will stop.