View Full Version : Lighting Bug/Glitch AC unity? Please help!

03-20-2017, 06:54 PM
Hello guys, I am playing AC Unity and I'm having problems with the light at stake ... is more than anything else in the corners of rooms, or appears as a line in the middle of the room on the walls, sometimes it is the largest ... light falls and rises depending on how I move and it is really annoying .. anyone know how to fix this?

03-20-2017, 07:31 PM
it would help if you can post a screenshot and your pc specs including which windows version and graphics driver

03-20-2017, 11:03 PM
Yes sorry:
These lines run to all corners every time I move ...

My Spec are:
Intel core i-5 -4440
Nvidia gtx 1070 G1

03-20-2017, 11:29 PM
I had them once.... but I do not know what I did to get them or for them to go. I played a lot of unity and had a lot of different nvidia drivers and I changed settings a few times so maybe it was a driver and maybe it is a setting... sorry, but I don't know.

03-20-2017, 11:39 PM
Unfortunate response, but thank you anyway .. at least I know that my graphics card is not defective
However how would you describe this? Glitch? Bug?
Then it is normal that the game has an antialiasing not really better despite having set the TXAA?

03-21-2017, 12:01 PM
It may be a graphic setting... if it is then it is an nvidia problem. Game makers make games, the Nvidia/ AMD make extra settings and options (in order to sell very expensive graphics cards) if any of those settings do not work properly we gamers tend to blame the game maker but it's really down to Nvidia or AMD. I don't blame anyone, I tend to ignore the little things and see just how incredible video games have become since pacman.

Roaming round a huge open world game is amazing and must take a lot of very talented people to make that happen, games are so huge now that it is impossible to get every single one of the millions of details right so I expect a few minor things and I happily overlook them in order to enjoy the games.

So, what would I call it? I'd call it a nothing :)

03-22-2017, 12:49 AM
You're probably right ... thanks for the help!