Players experience strange stutters and frames drops in the PC version of Monster Hunter Rise
MHR is finally available for PC. And looking at Steam reviews, we can say safely that this title is a success. There are about 90,000 players playing at the same time. More than the last title of Monster Hunter for PC, Monster Hunter Stories 2: wings of ruin .
As everyone knows, this game was initially launched exclusively for Nintendo Switch. 2022 is the year in which the PC platform could see this game. This is exactly the same game, only the graphics have been updated, and some minor changes have been made to please PC users. The PC version comes with 4k resolution, HDR with support for features that include ultra-width monitors and an unlocked box speed.
Enough information about the game, now let’s talk about the performance of MHR. This game works well for the most. Apart from Insects and Technical Errors , I did not see many problems. It is only that some users face constant FPS drops and stuttering in the game.
That is why I reviewed some forums and I found some corrections recommended by the community that work. Look at them.
How to correct DataMade and FPS falls in MHR PC
The first thing you should do is try to limit the frame rate from the Monster Hunter Rise graphics settings menu. Limit the FPS to 60 and see if stuttering continues or not. In addition, verify if the update frequency set out in the configuration menu matches the update frequency of your monitor or not. This solution is recommended mainly for people who use GPU as RTX 3070S and RTX 3080S, and face great FPS falls. This solution actually comes from the user of Steam / Her ruler:
I was having this stranger stuttering and, for some reason, changing the frequency of update solved it. I was at 75 Hz, I lowered it to 60 to match the speed of my screen and everything is fine now
Did you try to adjust the Monster Hunter Rise graphics settings? This is what I think are Monster Hunter Rise better graphics configuration :
- Screen mode: full screen
- Resolution settings: 1920 × 1080
- Display frequency: select the update frequency of your monitor
- Frame rate limit: 60
- V-Sync: Deactivated
- Image Quality: 100%
- High resolution textures: activated
- Filtering textures: High
- Environmental occlusion: deactivated
- Shadow Quality: Low
- Dynamic Shades: Deactivated
- Equipment Shades: Off
- Processing reduction through the exchange of models: activated
- Mesh quality (detail level): Average
- Softened: TAA + FAA
- Shadow of Variable Arabia (VRS): activated
- Foliage rolling: on
- Motion blur: deactivated
- Lens distortion: Off
- MINUTE EFFECT: Default
- Depth of field (DOF): Off
- Movie Grain: Deactivated
- Filters: deactivated
Taking into account that the first solution, and adjust the configuration, it did not work for you, since you are seeing the second solution, here is another thing you can try. You must select the ‘High Performance’ Power Plan for Windows 10. This is what you should do:
- Open Windows 10 settings
- Select ‘System’, followed by ‘turn and sleep’
- Or you can simply write ‘Setting on and suspension’ in the Windows 10 search bar and open the power and suspension setup menu directly from there.
In that ‘Power & Sleep’ window, you will notice a configuration called ‘Performance and Energy’
Move the slide under it to ‘best performance’
- Now, select Additional Power Settings from the left
- Click on ‘Show additional plans’
- Select ‘High performance’
- Restart your system
This solution comes from the user of Steam / Tinyriki :
! Attention Friends!
I found a solution that fixed it to me. Listen carefully! (Windows 10)
Go to Setting up and suspension
Next Additional power settings
Then choose the High Performance Power Plan (Maybe hidden from the Hide additional plans drop-down menu)
And Focus Focus, it’s soft like butter. Try a boy!
And finally, try these corrections recommended by Steam user / NEVER :
I did not know that this would really work, but it really worked for me:
— Running as an administrator
— Disable full screen optimizations
— Making an exception in Windows Defender
Now it is not falling from 60 to 50-57 fps, 60 fps really soft
On case you want to run the EXE file as an administrator, the default location of Monsterhunterrise.exe is: C: Program Files (x86) SteamsteamaPPSCommonmonsterHumperrise
To disable full-screen optimizations, right click on monsterhunterrise.exe> Select Properties> Click on the Compatibility tab> Check ‘Disable Full Screen Optimizations’> Press Apply.
For information on how to add MHR as an exception in Windows Defender, click on this link .
You have to have one thing in mind. Monster Hunter Rise is a console port that «Incorporates DRM from third parties: Denude Anti-Tamper». Then, there is no way for this game perfect. It has always been known that Denude is problematic in PC.
That’s all folks!