If you're a Minecraft Legends player on PC, dealing with frustrating game crashes can be a mood-killer. Fear not; we've got you covered. In this article, we'll dive into the nitty-gritty of resolving the notorious crashing issue, leaving you with a seamless gaming experience.
1. Verify and Repair Game Files
- Launch Steam and right-click on Minecraft Legends.
- Navigate to Properties > Local Files.
- Click "Verify Integrity of the Game Cache."
On Xbox or PC:
- Select Minecraft Legends and click on the three dots.
- Choose Manage, go to the File tab, and click Verify and Repair.
2. Repair Game Files on Windows 11 PC
- Press Windows + I, open Settings > Apps.
- Locate Minecraft Legends, click the three dots, and choose Advanced options.
- Scroll down, select Reset, click Repair, then Reset again.
3. Update the Game
- Go to Minecraft Legends in the game library.
- Choose Properties, click on the Updates tab.
- Set 'Automatic Updates' to 'High Priority.'
- Start the application, go to Minecraft Legends in the Installed tab.
- Click on Manage, under FILES, choose "CHECK FOR UPDATES."
4. Update Graphics Driver
- Press Windows key + X, select Device Manager.
- Expand Display Adapters, right-click on your graphics card.
- Choose Update driver, click "Search automatically for drivers."
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5. Update DirectX and Visual C++ Redistributables
- Visit the .
- Install the latest version.
- Update Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributables for X64 architecture.
6. Choose the Dedicated GPU
- Go to Nvidia Control Panel > 3D Settings.
- In Program Settings, select Minecraft Legends, choose the high-performance Nvidia processor.
- In Radeon Settings, navigate to Preferences.
- Under Switchable Graphics, choose Minecraft Legends and prioritize high performance.
7. Close Unwanted Background Programs
- Press Ctrl + Shift + ESC to open Task Manager.
- Identify and end tasks of programs using excessive network resources.
8. Disable Steam Overlay
- Open the Steam client, go to Library.
- Right-click on Minecraft Legends, select Properties in the General section.
- Uncheck "Enable Steam Overlay."
9. Reinstall the Game
- In your game library, right-click on Minecraft Legends, go to Manage, and Uninstall.
- Click Install, choose the installation location, and let the process complete.
By following these steps, you'll bid farewell to Minecraft Legends crashing issues on your PC. Dive back into the game with confidence and enjoy a seamless gaming experience.