Apex Legends notorious crash got fixed by new Nvidia drivers
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Today we are gladly saying farewell to a notorious Apex Legends’ error, which led to crashing the game back to the desktop screen. The bug in question was discovered on the release day and has annoyed many of us since. Because of a common DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG message, which popped up when the bug happened, gamers had to use the outdated packs of Nvidia drivers to be able to play Apex Legends without interruption.
Thankfully, Nvidia has finally fixed the issue with its newest set of drivers of 419.35 version. This is a huge improvement for those affected because frequent crashes spoiled the pleasure of playing an otherwise well-executed game. Apex Legends doesn’t have a feature to get back into action once you’ve disconnected, and fixing one of the few issues that lead to crashes does help a lot. Concerning the aforementioned feature of reconnecting, it should be among the prioritized objectives for the development team at Respawn. The long-awaited pack of drivers also contains a few other software-side optimizations for Apex Legends, so the overall experience should be smoother from now on.
This is not the only recent Apex Legends-related update. The game received its first balance patch, which – as many of you were suspecting from Day 1 – has slightly nerfed the fan-favourites Wingman and Peacekeeper. Efficiency comes at a cost, and you can view the details on the update via the link.