Madness: Project Nexus

How to Fix MADNESS: Project Nexus Crash, Lag, and Other Performance Issues

Just like any other PC game, MADNESS: Project Nexus is not exempted from encountering random crashes, freezing, stuttering, lagging, and other performance issues. While developer Gibbing Tree has been constantly releasing new updates to fix these issues in MADNESS: Project Nexus, there are still players who are getting these annoying problems. So in this guide, we will be giving you the recommended methods to fix the issues in the game.

Fix Crashing Issues

Typically, MADNESS: Project Nexus crashes are usually caused by driver incompatibilities, antivirus, or even Steam client issues.

Check MADNESS: Project Nexus’s Minimum System Requirements

  • This is the first thing that you need to do. Make sure that your PC is well-equipped to run MADNESS: Project Nexus smoothly. If your hardware meets the minimum requirements, then you’re good to go. You can head to the MADNESS: Project Nexus store page on Steam for the full system requirements.

Update GPU Drivers

  • MADNESS: Project Nexus requires the latest driver to run. If your GPU driver is too old, it can wreak havoc on the game. You can visit your hardware manufacturer’s website and get the latest driver for your GPU. As for our recommendation, you can download and install IObit’s driver booster or Driver Easy. This software will automatically fetch all available driver updates. This also means that you will also get the latest updates for some drivers that have been unnoticed.

Verify Game Integrity

  • During the installation process of MADNESS: Project Nexus, there’s a chance that some files may have been corrupted. A corrupted game file will surely result in crashes. To fix this problem, verify the game files of MADNESS: Project Nexus by going to Steam > Library > right-click MADNESS: Project Nexus and select Properties > Local Files tab > click the Verify integrity of game files… button. Wait until the verification is complete and see if the crashing issues have been fixed.

Run a Malware Scan

  • Most of the newly installed games crash. If your computer is infected with malware, there’s a chance that your newly installed files for MADNESS: Project Nexus are being deleted by the malware. It is highly recommended to have malware security software installed on your PC. In our case, we have been using Malwarebytes for a long time now. So far, all malware attempts to infiltrate our PC have been immediately blocked.

Fix Performance Issues (Lag and Stuttering)

Switch Between Fullscreen/Windowed Mode

  • We’re not really sure why, but on some machines, Fullscreen mode is faster than Windowed mode. If the Fullscreen mode is not working to fix the lag and low FPS, switch back to Windowed mode.

Disable VSync

  • While disabling Vsync can cause some screen tearing, it can also add some smooth framerate on medium-to low-end PCs. This will help you boost your FPS while running the game. You can also disable Vsync using your graphics control panels such as Nvidia Control Panel and AMD Control Panel.

Prioritize MADNESS: Project Nexus

  • While the Windows OS usually balances all the load work and programs running in the background, some software is also being left behind. Setting the prioritization of MADNESS: Project Nexus to High will help boost the FPS of the game.

Other Issues

If you still have more concerns about MADNESS: Project Nexus, you can try reaching out to the official support or have a discussion on MADNESS: Project Nexus’s community section on Steam.

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