Devil May Cry 4 – Solving Endless Friezes

A guide that will help fix the game from friezes.

How to Solve Endless Friezes During The Game

So, we need to change the parameters of the Config.ini file. Find this file in this path:

  • C:/Users/Your_Name/AppData/Local/CAPCOM/DEVILMAYCRY4SPECIALEDITION/Config.ini

Or use the application search by typing %LocalAppData%.

We found this file, now we need to copy the text below and paste it into this ini file: (Pre-deploy this ini file to the desktop).

[DISPLAY]
Resolution=1920x1080
Aspect=DEFAULT
RefreshRate=60.00Hz
FullScreen=ON
VSYNC=ON
[JOYPAD]
ProductName=Generic USB Joystick
A=2
B=1
X=3
Y=0
LEFT=15
RIGHT=13
UP=12
DOWN=14
START=9
BACK=8
LT=4
LB=6
RT=5
RB=7
LSTICK_PUSH=10
LSTICK_VERT=Y
LSTICK_HORZ=X
RSTICK_PUSH=11
RSTICK_VERT=Z
RSTICK_HORZ=RZ
[GAME]
MouseBaseSpeed=2.000000
[GRAPHICS]
HDR=DEFAULT
AntiAlias=MSAA8X
AltAntiAlias=NONE
DeferredLightingLight=APPROXIMATE_SPECULAR
DeferredLightingHDR=INTEGER_LOG
SLI=ON
GodRay=ON
Stereo=OFF
EffectVolume=HIGH
TextureResolution=2
quality=2
framerate=2
TextureDetail=HIGHEST
TextureMipLimit=2
[CPU]
JobThread=2
RenderingThread=ON
[window]
MainX=0
MainY=0

After that, save the file and go into the game. Now the friezes should disappear, but I do not guarantee that after that you will not stop lagging in open places. It helped me personally, I hope it helps you too.

Helena Stamatina
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I love two things in life, games and sports. Although sports were my earliest interest, it was video games that got me completely addicted (in a good way). My first game was Crash Bandicoot (PS1) from the legendary studio Naughty Dog back in 1996. I turned my passion for gaming into a job back in 2019 when I transformed my geek blog (Re-actor) into the gaming website it is today.

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