WILD HEARTS Developer Says Improvements Are Coming After PC Players Complain of Poor Performance

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WILD HEARTS is a new AAA hunting game with unique crafting mechanics that entered early access this week via EA Play, but the title’s launch has been less than stellar, with many players on PC complaining about stuttering and other signs of poor performance. Omega Force, the developer, has now shared a note to assure players that it’s looking into things, starting with a patch next week that should improve performance of the game under certain configurations. WILD HEARTS costs $69.99 and will officially release tomorrow on Thursday, February 16.

From a Steam post:

Omega Force are working continuously to improve performance and optimise the game for a wide variety of hardware specs across future updates. We have a patch coming next week that addresses a CPU bottleneck problem the team discovered; this should improve performance across mid-high end CPU’s. The team are also actively working on DLSS and FSR support which will arrive in a future patch.

This is a vitally important topic for us, if you are experiencing significant performance issues despite running recommend or higher specs, please submit your dxdiag to our support team HERE and Omega Force will investigate.


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