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Stuttering and Skipping Cinematics and Menu still a Problem.

austing12austing12 Registered Users Posts: 1
I don't know if this issue has been fixed or not, I'm not seeing any posts about this since February 24. My computer is more than capable of running this game on medium-high quality. I am still getting the issue of stuttering, skipping of cinematics and laggy "End Turn" on the campaigns. Battles and the normal campaign map work fine, it will only act up when a cinematic starts up or I click End Turn.I usually never resort to posting in a forum as I can most likely find the solution and resolve it myself but I have tried everything I could find:

1. Launching from Nvidia GeForce Experience
2. Running TWR2 launcher in the background while playing TWA
(which worked once and fixed all previous issues but doesn't work any more)
3. Going into the Nvidia control Panel and ensuring that TWA runs on the Nvidia High
Performance Driver

Here are my computer's specifications if it would make this easier:
CPU: Intel Core i7-4700MQ CPU @ 2.40 GHz
RAM: 12 GB
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 770M

Many threads had someone from CA state that it was being fixed in an upcoming patch around February 24 and I can't find any one else, recently, with this issue so I assumed that it was fixed but the issue still persists for me. This wouldn't normally be a problem for me but because it also causes ending my turn to take an eternity I would like to see this problem resolved if any one can help me that would be amazing, thank you.



  • Lexi_CALexi_CA Registered Users, Moderators, CA Staff Mods, CA Staff Posts: 1,531
    Hi @austing12 ,

    Could you attach your dxdiag to a comment for me?
    Do you also have the same issue in Rome II? And does this issue also occur in the lowest graphics settings?

    Formal disclaimer: any views or opinions expressed here are those of the poster and do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of Creative Assembly or SEGA.
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