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  • osx77
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    Hello, I am having problems with assassins creed Odyssey. The game randomly crash from time to time. and I dont know what to do. Idont have this problem with other ubisoft games (ghost recon breakpoint or splinter cell games) this only has happen to me with Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Valhala. and my my graphics card is more than capable of running both games with max settings. thanks

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  • longjohn119
    1203 posts

    @osx77 I can't help you with Valhalla, those crashes are caused by the game itself. However Odyssey has been stable for me for about a year and a half

    First I would suggest you verify your game files, the Connect App has a greater than 50% chance of breaking Forge files after an update like the one we had a month ago

    Second if you are using a fixed size Page File in Windows I would suggest setting it to "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives" A fixed size Page File hasn't been relevant since XP and is a mistake many people make because of bad outdated "Tweak Windows" nonsense found all over the Internet. If your Page File fills up you crash, it's as simple as that plus a fixed size Page File lowers performance over time because it gets fragmented. However when you let Windows manage the size when it shrinks the Page File after you quit out of a game or memory hungry app it automatically defrags when it moves files to the "front" of the Page File so it can shrink it's size




  • Ubi-Gizmo
    2297 posts

    Hey there @osx77, sorry to hear that and thanks for getting in touch. Could you please first go through this technical troubleshooting article for me ensuring you have completed all of the steps? These steps can help rule out many of the common causes for performance-related issues.

    @longjohn119 - thanks for taking the time to share some helpful steps here, I appreciate it! 

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