Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator 2 – Crash Fixes, and Battle Performance

Crash Fixes, And Battle Performance

Hello everyone, we wanted to throw some advice out there for you first you time generals. This is an early access build, and some may experience performance issues, or crashes.

  • The maps in this game are huge. Be careful how far you place your armies. ‘Battle initialization’ will take longer when armies are farther apart(And larger). The other thing to consider is how long it will take for the armies to reach eachother(Largest maps can take a half hour of running)
  • Another note on map sizes. We recommend keeping the setting for ‘map boundaries local to armies’, especially for the larger maps such as Desert Dunes(This map at max size can cause crashes on some GPUs).
  • Devs created a ‘performance warning’ based on hardware. Keep in mind the warning isn’t always completely accurate, but you should still heed the warning as it will let you know how the battle will perform.
  • If your GPU has low memory, you can save memory with 2 major settings. 1. Turn RTS off in the battle editor (This will disable RTS mode which saves memory). 2. Try lowering bone animations setting in graphics settings.
  • Team count also affects performance. More teams, means more pathfinding, so if you can have just 2 teams, performance will favor this.

Still Getting Crashes?

We’ve noticed that this is primarily an Nvidia issue where the driver fails to initialize a battle if it is very spread out in a large map or other circumstances. There is a registry setting that can prevent this from happening if you are comfortable with modifying your registry:

Open your Registry Editor: Type ‘regedit’ in the search bar and open the editor. Navigate to:

  • “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers”.

In the right-side area, right-click, New, “DWORD (32-bit) Value” and name it “TdrDelay”. Then open it and give it a value of 8 to 10 as Hexacecimal value. The restart your computer and please try again to see if this has fixed the issue.

Helena Stamatina
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