God of War is out now on PC but some of the eager players looking to join Kratos on his latest journey are unable to do so, because of the not enough memory error.
Some God of War players have discovered, upon launching the game, that instead of its menus and logos they see a message announcing them that they're out of memory, prompting a crash to desktop.
As much as it's possible certain rigs do not meet the game's system requirements, players with high-end PCs also bump into the error, leaving them puzzled.
It's disappointing to have an out of memory error stop you from enjoying one of January's most highly anticipated PC games. Thankfully, a crafty user has managed to find a potential fix.
Steam user browni-_+ got past God of War's not enough memory error by disabling the integrated graphics processor on their Intel rig. The steps to do so are detailed in their Steam discussions reply.
A Sony rep is also present in the thread, confirming that the studio is looking into why the error might occur.
They ask affected players to send reports with their DXDiag information, because the data there can help the team sooner understand what's causing the issue.
If you are an Intel user, it's well worth trying browni-_+'s fix for God of War's out of memory error, at least until an official fix or patch gets deployed.
While we're waiting for it, here's what we know about whether or not God of War is getting GeForce Now support.
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