Forcing Final Fantasy Remake 7 to run in DirectX 11 may help solve the stuttering problem
This is a public service announcement: If you encounter a lot of stuttering in the PC version of “Final Fantasy 7 Remake”, this seems particularly bad in the slums and the central area where many other characters gather in Chapter 3, there is a potential fix it. Although not a perfect solution, it reduced the number of frame rate drops I encountered when sprinting through the streets between side missions.
To set Final Fantasy 7 Remake to run in DirectX 11 mode, click on your profile in the upper right corner of the Epic launcher and select settings from the drop-down menu. Scroll down until you see a list of currently installed games, click Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, and then check the “Additional command line parameters” box. In the space below it, type “-dx11” without the quotes. If you want to force it to run in a full screen instead of a borderless window, you can also add “-fullscreen”.
The disadvantage of running Final Fantasy 7 Remake in DirectX 11 is that it prevents HDR from working.according to PCGamingWiki, Which may cause “wrong and faded colors with severe streaks”. Choose SDR from several graphical options.
The PC port of the Final Fantasy 7 remake is disappointing, not just because of some inconsistent frame times. The inability to turn off dynamic resolution is another frustrating problem, although there is also a workaround: Dynamic resolution disable module, Provided by BobG123.