The computer version of Rage hasn't exactly been trouble free for some folks trying to play id Software's latest creation. I haven't run into any over issues, but I've got a high-end tower that I just ran through a massive driver update. That's not the norm.

Here's publisher Bethesda's latest take on the solutions PC gamers can try to get the game up and running on their rig without hitting screen tearing and texture issues:

AMD users need to update to the most recent RAGE Catalyst driver. Grab it here!

Nvidia users should try updating RAGE to the current beta driver. When this driver is updated, we'll let everyone know.


Visit our forums for solutions that can improve reported issues with screen tearing, blurry textures, and texture pop up.

We're currently working on an update that will allow you to more easily make configuration changes… should have more details on that shortly.

It's terrible when a PC game launches to such mixed issues and bugs, but I've got to wonder if deep down these sort of problems push once computer-centric developers further and further toward console development. Yes, even id.

Playing RAGE on PC? (Updated on 10/6)

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