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  • technical issue 2774
    xbox series xs 380
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    FrosteR.
    Original poster 5 posts

    Is there any reason why the awful screen tearing on the Series X (and from what I've read, also on the One X) isn't mentioned at all in the ''known issues'' list? It is incredibly jarring, especially during cutscenes. Apparently enabling VRR fixes it, but my TV doesn't support that (and I think most people don't own a TV that supports VRR)

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  • LordoftheRing5
    1 posts

    Screen tearing on the series X. Dont understand how this is happening given the fact this was meant to be the first big next gen game to showcase what next gen can do.

    Will there be a fix soon?

  • Doomofman
    1 posts

    @lordofthering5 Having the same issue here. The tearing is really bad. Horribly stutter in cut scenes as well

  • notonlyhuman
    4 posts

    The tearing on Series X is terrible.
    Have to stop playing the game until it's resolved.
    Game is totally unplayable in current state!

  • wlinn751
    1 posts

    @froster I’ve noticed this on Series X as well. Console is set to output 60Hz to my LG B7 & the game seems more than able to run at 60 FPS consistently, so the tearing is very odd. Almost feels like the framerate is uncapped & there’s no vertical sync?

  • FrosteR.
    Original poster 5 posts

    @wlinn751 Yeah exactly

  • stuntg0007
    7 posts

    @froster

    games absolutely fine on my TV. Weird one

  • matscotty
    12 posts

    Same issue on my Samsung UA60

  • CancelToDebug
    11 posts

    Same issue with my Sony KD-XF9005. Ubi must either assume everyone has a VRR TV or forgot the V-Sync toggle 🙂

  • FrosteR.
    Original poster 5 posts

    @stuntg0007 I suppose your TV allows VRR?

  • CancelToDebug
    11 posts

    Any acknowledgement from Ubisoft yet?

  • sloopage
    2 posts

    Having the same issue with Xbox One X on a 4K Toshiba. Very annoying!

  • notonlyhuman
    4 posts

    Same issue!
    The game is just unplayable!
    Please Ubi fix the tearing problem!

  • FrosteR.
    Original poster 5 posts

    @canceltodebug Nothing yet, they seem to be completely ignoring it so far.

  • MattyPollo
    9 posts

    I can't believe it was released like this. I get screen tearing just by looking up and down. Playing on Sony Bravia.

  • henche80
    4 posts

    Hi,

    Same problem here

    I'm on Xbox Series X and Sony A1 OLED 4K. One X too

  • bandhole
    1 posts

    I'm seeing screen tearing on my Bravia x900E and Xbox Series X.

  • Simleads
    9 posts

    Hi,

    Finally had a good session on ACV today on Series X. Beautiful looking game, but theres some horrible screen tearing particularly in cutscenes and built up areas. I’m hoping a fix is being worked on as this issue is getting a LOT of complaints on forums and social media.

  • FrosteR.
    Original poster 5 posts

    I have a Philips 49PUS8503 TV FYI

  • HULKSMASH666
    2 posts

    I am also having the same issue, it was fine until I got to the first big town. I have played other games with zero screen tearing, thought it was a thing of the past with next gen until now. Very annoying.

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