Metal Gear Rising Revengeance has been released for PC with various bugs, glitches, crashes, fps cap, resolution problem and other many issues. We have tried fix most of crashes, errors and problems, you can check below as break.
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance PC Specifications
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Minimum PC Requirements
- Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8 (32-bit or 64-bit)
- Processor: Intel Core i5 2400
- RAM: 2 GB
- GPU: NVidia GeForce GTS 450 or AMD Equivalent
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Hard Drive: 25 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Recommended PC Requirements
- Processor: Intel Core i7 3770
- RAM: 4 GB
- GPU: NVidia GeForce GTX 650 or AMD Equivalent
You may also like to download Metal Gear Revengeance HD ThemePack for Windows 7/8.
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance PC General Fixes
Check our General Fixes to solve various errors, crashes and issues.
Where is Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Save Files?
You can locate Metal Gear Rising Revengeance PC save files from Documents\MGR\SaveData\.
Where is Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Configuration File (GraphicOption)?
The configuration file of the game can also found in Documents\MGR\SaveData\.
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance isn’t supporting over 1920×1080 resolution
The game just supports to 1920×1080 (1080i) resolution and ATM you can’t play game at above 1920×1080 (1080p) resolution, you game may crash. But it is expected to fix in patch, hope so…
Best Resolutions to run Metal Gear Rising Revengeance on PC
Run game in resolutions of 1280×720, 1366×768, 1680×1050 and 1920×1080 (1080i) for best performance.
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance FPS Drops on High-End Graphic Cards – Fix
If you are having this problem, you must roll-back to older-versions of graphic card drivers. It’s a trick, but tested. If problem didn’t get solved, you should try this software, just open this and in game set to windowed mode then click refresh and select MGR, hit full screen. It will remove the FPS cap from 24FPS to 60FPS.
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Can’t Start, Unable to Launch or other Launching Issues – Fix
The launching of Metal Gear Rising Revengeance issues are much known and may difficult to solve but we have some possible fixes to solve these kind of problems.
- First of all, make sure you’ve connected to Internet because game require connected to run.
- Make sure, Steam installed or working properly.
- Install latest drivers for your hardware, especially Graphic Card drivers.
- Install all require redistributables such as DirectX, Microsoft Visual C++, .Net Framework 4.5 and other windows updates.
- If problem persists, verify the game cache files from Steam.
- Try to run game in Windows XP Service Pack 3 compatibility mode.
- Run game in low resolution, you can change resolution manually from game save data files or just delete the GraphicOption file from Documents\MGR\SaveData\.
- If still having issues, read this detailed guide.
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Graphic Bugs and Missing Textures – Fix
If you are using AMD CrossFire/CrossFireX or NVidia SLI, you must disable SLI/CrossFire to fix most of Graphic Bugs and missing textures. If you have single graphic card, download and install latest drivers.
Other solutions: (For AMD Users) just turn off Transparency multisampling and Transparency Anti-aliasing from AMD Catalyst control panel.
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Controller not working
To make your controller working in Metal Gear Rising Revengeance, just download this file and paste it into game folder (C:\Program Files\steam\steamapps\common\METAL GEAR REVENGENCE\) or wherever your game installed.
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Save Problem/Game isn’t Saving Progress
It is very rare problem that just few users facing this issue, but I have a trick that you game can save. Right click on game exe and hit ‘Run as Administrator’, I hope it will work for you.
Metal Gear Rising Revengeance No Sound/Audio in game and Dialogues
Make sure, you have installed DirectX and sound driver. For more detailed, take a look at this Sound Issues Guide.
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