Doom Eternal has issues with the latest Nvidia graphics drivers

A recent fix has been rolled out for Doom Eternal, but it looks like there is an issue as players are noticing DLSS and ray tracing issues.

Doom Eternal screenshot showing a mid-shot of the Marauder.

Identification software Eternal destiny burst onto the scene early last year, with Switch and current gen ports arriving a bit later, and is seen as a successful follow-up to the 2016 Loss restart, some even considering it higher. Since EternalHorde mode was added recently, the game is now even more difficult for those who maybe wanted a little more spice in the already high octane FPS. There was also a recent patch, but it appears to have compatibility issues with the latest Nvidia drivers.

According to a report, Eternal destiny recently received a patch, implementing a standard series of bug fixes and tweaks, but gamers are noticing that since the rollout of this update and the latest Nvidia drivers there are some notable errors in the game The most obvious, according to the community, relates to the ray tracing and scaling features, with the game experiencing performance issues. It is not yet clear if this is the Loss update or new GPU drivers that are causing the problem, but then the report says that id and Nvidia are working together to find a solution.


RELATED: Doom Eternal’s New Update Delivers Original Menu Music After Swapping It

Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling technology, or DLSS, is a key algorithm in today’s modern games. Some people on Steam and Reddit have said that there is a workaround. Players can turn Chromatic Aberration on and off in the options, which fixed the issue for some, but may not work for everyone. It was also recommended to restore Nvidia drivers.


Eternal destiny has had bugs in the past that patches fixed, so it’s likely the developer or GPU conglomerate will come out soon with another update. In the meantime, fans are encouraged to report any issues with the game by submitting a crash report on Bethesda’s help page.

In the meantime, it’s possible Id Software is currently working on a new game, according to an Australian Classification Board website. With Eternal destiny still being an extremely popular and fast-paced shooter, it’ll be interesting to see what the Texas-based studio comes up with next. For many fans, the important thing right now is that the developer is working closely with Nvidia to see if they can fix this DLSS and ray tracing issue.

Eternal destiny is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

MORE: Doom Eternal: 8 Tips For Horde Mode

Source: PC GamesN, Bethesda support (reporting a crash)

Theymesia PS5 Xbox Series

Thymesia gets PS5 and Xbox Series versions, postponed to 2022

OverBorder Studio’s Thymesia will get both PS5 and Xbox Series S / X versions, which will delay the game in 2022.

Read more

About the Author