Halo is one of the most popular first-person shooter video games. It can be played on MS Windows and Xbox platforms. The game enables you to choose enemies, game modes, and weapons to enhance your gaming experience. But many users are reporting that they are encountering UE4 Fatal error while playing the game on their device. Thankfully, this error can be fixed with some easy solutions. Here are a few potential fixes for this error.
Use the Windowed Mode
- First, launch the Steam client on your system.
- Then click on the tab of the LIBRARY and reach the ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ game.
- After that, right-click on it, then choose the Properties option.
- Beneath the tab of GENERAL, select the ‘SET LAUNCH OPTIONS’ option.
- Once you see the box, input ‘-windowed’ in it and then select the OK button.
Confirm Game Files Integrity
You should confirm game files integrity by following these solutions appeared below:
- To invoke the Run prompt, hit the Windows and R hotkeys.
- Thereafter, insert ‘%userprofile%\AppData\LocalLow’ in it and hit the Enter button.
- After that, invoke the folder of MCC.
- You can choose each file and transfer them to a fresh folder.
- Once you have created a backup, remove every file from the folder of MCC.
- Finally, launch the Steam client, pick the tab of the LIBRARY. Go to the ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ game and right-click on it, then choose the Properties option.
- In the Properties screen, choose the tab of ‘LOCAL FILES’ and pick the ‘VERIFY INTEGRITY OF GAME FILES’ option.
Find Out Whether PC has More than one GPU
- To invoke the Run prompt, hit the Windows and R keys.
- After that, insert ‘devmgmt.msc’ in it and select the OK button to launch the Device Manager.
- Navigate to the Display adapters and twice click on it.
- Now, you should check whether the system has more than one GPU.
Launch the Game on NVIDIA Graphic Card
- Navigate to the blank area on your desktop and right-click on it.
- Then choose the ‘NVIDIA Control Panel’ option.
- You should reach the left panel and choose the ‘Manage 3D settings’ option.
- Later, select the ‘Program Settings’ option and then pick Add.
- Go to the exe file of the game, click on it, and then pick the ‘Add Selected Program’ option.
- You should select the pull-down menu and choose the ‘High-performance NVIDIA processor’ option.
- Now, tap on the Apply button to save the changes.
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