Criterion is working on the stuttering and framerate issues of Need For Speed: Most Wanted PC

Better late than never I guess. EA has updated its help page regarding the stuttering and framerate issues of Need For Speed: Most Wanted PC, stating that Criterion has been working on resolving them and has made some improvements that will be added in an upcoming PC patch for it. Nothing surprising here as we’ve informed you on our Performance Analysis that this racing game is a mess.
As the EA help page reads:
“We are aware that some players are experiencing stuttering and frame-rate issues while playing Need for Speed Most Wanted on PC. Our team has been working diligently on resolving these problems and we have made improvements that will hopefully resolve most of these problems. These improvements will be available in an upcoming patch.”
When will this patch be available? Well, no one really knows, though it might hit the Internet on December 18th, as that’s the release date for its upcoming Ultimate Speed Pack.
Stay tuned for more!

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