Lone Wolfe Apr 15 @ 11:43pm
Game is totally broken and ****ed
BFG edition NO LONGER supports 3D Vision runs extremely slowly and has severe graphical glitching (especially when using shoulder light) Have tried many different drivers with no luck. using 2x 1gb gtx550ti's (SLI) ID and Bethesda.. FIX THIS NOW!!!!!!!!!!
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Luke Ainsworth (Banned) Apr 16 @ 8:18am 
Because the 550tis are old this isn't the old Doom 3. BFG is running the strongest game engine meaning you'd be; even on an SLI, having FR drops. Also, ID doesn't read this. Did you also try running without 3D to fix the slow down/FR drops?
Last edited by Luke Ainsworth; Apr 16 @ 8:22am
Lone Wolfe Apr 17 @ 8:03am 
yes. it usted to run blazingly fast in and out of 3d and all of a sudden it is slow, graphicly glitchy and wont trigger the IR reciever in my monitor anymore making me feel drunk trying to play it
Luke Ainsworth (Banned) Apr 17 @ 10:20am 
Originally posted by Flower Doge:
yes. it usted to run blazingly fast in and out of 3d and all of a sudden it is slow, graphicly glitchy and wont trigger the IR reciever in my monitor anymore making me feel drunk trying to play it
Well, there was an update after Carmack left. It could have had something to do with that. I'd try connecting ID<---developer as Bethesda only published it as they work together under Zenimax. It isn't unknown that recently this issue came up after the last patch update to the game like a month ago.
Lone Wolfe Apr 17 @ 6:07pm 
Originally posted by Vash the Stampede:
Originally posted by Flower Doge:
yes. it usted to run blazingly fast in and out of 3d and all of a sudden it is slow, graphicly glitchy and wont trigger the IR reciever in my monitor anymore making me feel drunk trying to play it
Well, there was an update after Carmack left. It could have had something to do with that. I'd try connecting ID<---developer as Bethesda only published it as they work together under Zenimax. It isn't unknown that recently this issue came up after the last patch update to the game like a month ago.
wish me luck getting help from a dev (I will damn sure need it)
Luke Ainsworth (Banned) Apr 17 @ 6:10pm 
Originally posted by Flower Doge:
Originally posted by Vash the Stampede:
Well, there was an update after Carmack left. It could have had something to do with that. I'd try connecting ID<---developer as Bethesda only published it as they work together under Zenimax. It isn't unknown that recently this issue came up after the last patch update to the game like a month ago.
wish me luck getting help from a dev (I will damn sure need it)
ID usually fixes/is helpful.
mahon007 May 4 @ 11:06am 
Runs awesome for me maxed out on a MSI 770 4GB OC Edition.@ 1920x1080
Last edited by mahon007; May 6 @ 3:14pm
Luke Ainsworth (Banned) May 6 @ 4:25pm 
Originally posted by Talon8789:
I have the same problem! I bought it hoping to play it but on 1920x1080 (which is my naitive resolution) it's REALLY slow and laggy!
What is your setup? D: I'm not having any issues.
Lone Wolfe May 7 @ 11:02pm 
4.2ghz quad core i5, 16gb ram asus 3d monitor with 3d vision 2 2x 1gb geforce GTX550ti (SLI). game used to run without glitches at around 12fps. now laggy slow 3d not working and graphix glitching!
Luke Ainsworth (Banned) May 8 @ 3:19am 
Originally posted by The Hungry Zombie:
4.2ghz quad core i5, 16gb ram asus 3d monitor with 3d vision 2 2x 1gb geforce GTX550ti (SLI). game used to run without glitches at around 12fps. now laggy slow 3d not working and graphix glitching!
Because you're running at 12FPS. You were probably lucky before, but if you're pulling way under 30 FPS then you're playing at very low speeds. The game runs the most powerful gaming engine the IDTECH 5 with some elements of 4 yes, but it is still the 5th engine meaning that you were somehow lucky before...but, now that they patch updated the engine...you need a new graphics card. Your SLI only pushes up a clock speed by the way, and even that doesn't last forever.
Luke Ainsworth (Banned) May 8 @ 3:21am 
"Low FPS is a Computer Problem
Low frames per second (FPS) appear as your entire game behaving slowly. If your frame rate is low enough, playing the game may feel like watching a slideshow as only a few different frames appear on your screen per second. In less extreme cases, the game will feel jerky and slow – just the opposite of smooth.

Frame rate issues aren’t caused by network problems. If you have a low frame rate, that’s not the game experiencing lag – that’s your computer failing to keep up with the game. You may need a faster graphics card, more RAM, or a better CPU. Your hard drive may be too slow, causing the game to slow down as it’s forced to read data from your hard drive. You may have too much junk software running in the background, competing for resources"
Luke Ainsworth (Banned) May 8 @ 8:40am 
Originally posted by quake4ever2007:
Disable SLI
In theory that could be the issue too. Some games don't function well with crossfire/sli though 12FPS alone...sounds pretty problematic..
Jumbles May 10 @ 4:37pm 
The engine is OpenGL based. Nvidia took OpenGL support out of 3D Vision many moons ago.
Lone Wolfe May 10 @ 6:23pm 
Originally posted by Jumbles:
The engine is OpenGL based. Nvidia took OpenGL support out of 3D Vision many moons ago.
BFG edition is the ONLY OpenGL game that is Nvidia 3DVision Ready.

It was only a week B4 my original post that it ran in 3D vision under quad buffer in the game's 3D settings.
Last edited by Lone Wolfe; May 10 @ 6:24pm
Jumbles May 11 @ 1:25am 
Originally posted by The Hungry Zombie:
BFG edition is the ONLY OpenGL game that is Nvidia 3DVision Ready.

I was not aware of that. It works for me and looks amazing.
Last edited by Jumbles; May 11 @ 1:34am
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