Star Wars fans are excited following the release of a Star Wars Battlefront beta version. This game offers them a survival mode called solo, a co-op mode 'horde', and two multiplayer modes Drop Zone and Walker Assault, and these have clearly been enjoyed by the fans. It offers the players a fight either for Rebels or the Imperials.
But, the players have noticed that the game has some balancing issues. Gamepur has compiled an error guide that will help the players on the PC version of the Star Wars Battlefront.
This game was developed by DICE and is the third major release in the series. The game will be released on 15 November for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Below are the issues and the fixes for some:
In case the players face the issue of black screen when they start up the game, they can try the following:
- Update your graphics card driver.
- Reinstall Origin (not the game itself).
- Laptop users: force the game to use the Nvidia/AMD graphics card.
- If you have SLI/Crossfire, disable it.
- If you're using TeamViewer, turn it off. Same goes for Skype and IM programs in general.
- If you're on Windows 7, make sure you have Service Pack 1 installed (right click on My computer, then Properties).
Unable to find servers
If the players come across this issue, then they have to restart Origin and try again. They can also check if they have missed out on any latest updates.
General PC crashes
In the event of PC crashes, especially due to older graphics card, the players can:
- Right-click on the game in Origin.
- Choose Game Properties.
- Type "-novid -noborder -windowed" in the box (without the quotation marks).
- Check "Disable Origin in Game for this game".
Getting stuck at 'Press Enter to Start'
If players get stuck at 'Press Enter to Start', they can try the following measures:
- If you own a gamepad, try plugging it in.
- If you're using Windows 8 or 8.1, try disabling UEFI secure boot.
- If you have an onboard/Intel graphics card and a discrete one (AMD/Nvidia), force the game to use the latter.
- You could try using the on-screen keyboard from the Start Menu.
- If you're on a laptop, try hooking it up to an external monitor or TV using a HDMI cable.
- Try running the game in windowed mode: Alt+Enter after it starts, or add "-windowed" in launch options.
DLL missing : MSVCP120.dll
In the event of an error message that reads, DLL missing: MSVCP120.dll, the players will have to reinstall Visual C++ Redistributables, more specifically the vcredist 2013 (x64 for the 64 bit version of Windows, x86 for the 32 bit one).