Idk if you'd call them "Issues", since for me it was only during specific instances. But if you used the graphics and sound mods for skyrim, and then didn't have a top of the line computer (by like, 2014's standards) anywhere with high foliage, monster, or visual effects would cause major fps drops for several seconds.
Happened to me a lot before I got my new computer. After I did the issue went away. I can't say anything regarding other people's fps issues though.
Ty Kat, helps me decide if nothing else.
Also note there's a lot of issues for people to even get the legendary edition started in general- I still haven't managed to get it to boot up.
Post by Ai Amagiri on Oct 30, 2016 13:56:31 GMT -5
Basically that ^ My graphics/fx mods were pretty HD so my fps took a hit. It's not a universal game issue. I'm just saying the Special Edition can give hd effects for higher fps, cus now it's a part of the game & not a mod you have to tack on.
I was also having issues on the old skyrim because I have a 144hz monitor, and once the game started getting over 60 fps things (npcs/audio) would start bugging out. I had to set my monitor's refresh rate lower every time I played.
Also, have a video:
Last Edit: Oct 30, 2016 14:00:44 GMT -5 by Ai Amagiri