14 days ago - FatsharkJulia - Direct link

Sorry to hear this. Can I check that you’ve already deleted your AppData?

Also, please make sure Steam Cloud saving is disabled - in case it’s restoring the AppData.

  1. Press the Windows key + R
  2. Enter %appdata% within the search input and select ‘OK’
  3. Navigate to: AppData\Roaming\Fatshark
  4. Delete the entire ‘Darktide’ directory
  5. Launch Darktide as normal

You will then need to use the ‘Verify Integrity of Game Files’ option, which is accessible via the Steam client and will ensure the installation is complete.

  1. Right-click Darktide in your Steam library sidebar
  2. Select ‘Properties’
  3. Select the ‘Local Files’ tab
  4. Select the ‘Verify Integrity of Game Files’ button
  5. When complete, close and reopen Steam

NOTE: If Steam Cloud saving is enabled for Darktide, this may automatically restore the AppData and consequently cause the error to resurface. You can disable Steam Cloud Saving for Darktide via the Steam client by:

  1. Navigate to your Steam library
  2. Right-click Darktide
  3. Select ‘Properties’
  4. On the ‘General’ tab, scroll down to ‘Steam Cloud’
  5. Disable ‘Keep game saves in the Steam Cloud for Warhammer 40,000: Darktide’
8 days ago - FatsharkJulia - Direct link

What happens if you attempt to launch via Darktide.exe in the installation directory?

The path to the Darktide.exe should look similar to this: Steam\steamapps\common\Warhammer 40,000 DARKTIDE\binaries

7 days ago - FatsharkJulia - Direct link

Which Anti-Virus/Firewall are you using?

4 days ago - FatsharkJulia - Direct link

What happens if you delete the GPUDETECTION.exe? Could you try that please?

2 days ago - FatsharkJulia - Direct link

We’re actually investigating, so we don’t know for sure, but we think it’s something related to certain GPUs such as yours!

Sorry to be a bother @Thijsje, but we’re wondering if you could provide us with your most recent console logs + darktide_launcher.log to help our investigation please? :slight_smile: