The Bethesda blog has a further update on the status of the PC version of Rage.
Following the game’s release and arising with PC version which has been attributed to video card driver problems, the latest update states that they are still working with AMD and Nvidia to get these resolved. The post states:
While many folks are playing RAGE on PC and not running into issues, we’re aware that some of you are experiencing issues with screen tearing and texture issues. These problems can be attributed to driver issues, and we’re currently working with Nvidia and AMD to resolve them as quickly as possible.
We know that you want to experience RAGE at its absolute best, so we’ll continue to use this blog post to keep you posted.
Yesterday we posted the latest beta drivers for both card manufacturers on our blog. We’ve learned that AMD is reporting issues with their driver update, and you should not use it.
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Nvidia users should try updating RAGE to the current beta driver. When this driver is updated, we’ll let everyone know.
This looks like it could run on for a couple more days so it’s worth keeping an eye on the blog if you are experiencing graphical or framerate issues, although there seems to be no definitive answer right now how these can be fixed for everyone.
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