Square Enix will fix the LOD and stuttering issues in the final version of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition

A couple of days ago, we informed you about some GameWorks HairWorks issues that currently affect the benchmark tool for Final Fantasy XV. And from the looks of it, Square Enix is now aware of these issues and will address them in the full version of the game.

Square Enix also confirmed that the stuttering issues that PC gamers have been experiencing with it will also be resolved. While the team did not reveal what is causing them, it reassured fans that they will be fixed in the shipping version. Our guess is that the stutters are caused by the game caching shaders, which may explain why the benchmark is stutter-free after the first run.

The team also revealed that the shipping version will feature more graphics settings to adjust/tweak, and that the benchmark currently does not represent the performance of the final game.

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