There wasn’t a known Resident Evil 4 Remake issue that causes your game to have memory leak problems. But, recently players noticed that when you are playing the game for an extensive period, it will start dropping FPS. Here’s our guide on fixing the Resident Evil 4 Remake Memory Leak and FPS Drop after playing for too long.
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Why does the game start lagging and dropping fps?
Most of the time it is because your card doesn’t have enough VRAM or your PC doesn’t have enough RAM (Memory). Resident Evil 4 Remake also has that same issue where you will open the scope and the game just drops the fps to 40 percent.
This especially happens when you do the scoped aim in rain. The reason is that the game renders two screens at the same time.
How to Fix Resident Evil 4 Remake Memory Leak and FPS Drop
In order to fix this issue you will have to follow the steps below;
Lower the VRAM Settings
Just take down the settings that take the VRAM, especially the ones associated with your Graphics Card. These include your Textures, quality, environment, resolutions, and even FOV.
Stop using Scoped Weapons
Just go to the control settings and change the keybind for the weapons. Let it remain empty if you want to make sure the FPS Drop or Memory Leak doesn’t occur.
Close the Tabs
In the background, sometimes there is a program running, like Browser or YouTube, or any other application. Before playing you have to make sure these are closed.
That’s How to Fix Resident Evil 4 Remake Memory Leak and FPS Drop after playing for too long. Just make sure you have the following things done;
- Closed Tabs in the background
- Lowering the Graphics Settings that take VRAM
- Changing the Scope Binding or letting it remain empty