Imperator: Rome is a great strategy game that all the history buffs out there will love.
With instances of bugs being reported on the game, we’ve gathered up some tips and tricks, that will keep the conquest going for a long time. We came, we saw, we fixed.
How can I fix these Imperator: Rome issues?
- Black screen
- Save game issues
- Connection errors
- Game crashes
- Game freezing u
- Audio issues
- Validation errors
1. Fix Black screen issues
In order to ensure that this works, first, you’ll need to try running the game in Windowed Mode or lowering your resolution to 1080p.
Or alternatively, simply uninstall and reinstall the game in case you have corrupted files in your Steam directory.
2. Fix savegame issues
More or less, this issue can be traced to faulty game files, maybe some got corrupted at some point. But we’ve got a solution for this, simply follow these steps:
- Start your Steam client.
- In the Library section, right-click on the Imperator game and click on Properties from the menu.
- Now select the Local files tab and click on the Verify integrity of game files.
- After this is done, try running the game again.
3. Fix connection issues
Simply add your game to an exception list for both your antivirus or Windows Firewall. The same solution for the game glitching out works for this as well, you can reproduce the same steps to verify your game files.
4.Game crashing fix
To prevent Imperator from crashing we first suggest that you right-click on your game shortcut or exe. file and run the game in Windows Compatibility Mode.
Secondly, if that didn’t work, open your Nvidia Control Panel and Select Manage 3D Settings and select Imperator from the Program Settings and next you’re going to set the Power Management to Prefer Maximum Power.
5. Game freezing up
You should try running the game in Windowed Mode, as a first solution. Or alternatively, repair and verify your files can do the trick. But if that doesn’t work you should uninstall and reinstall your game.
6. Fix sound issues
For this fix, you’re going to right-click on the speaker icon on the bottom right corner of your screen or toolbar for hidden icons and click on Sounds.
Also, keep in mind that changing your audio from surround sound to stereo can do the trick too.
7. Validation fix
Navigate to your Steam directory, and locate where the game is installed. Now you’re gonna look for masterservers.vdf files in your Steam or game directory and delete all of them.
Sometimes there are duplicates in different directories and that is why the validation process isn’t working out for you. After you have deleted them proceed to Verify or Repair your game.
Tips for smooth Imperator: Rome gaming sessions on PC
Always whitelist your game through the Windows Firewall, or any antivirus software that might be preventing the game from going into split screen mode.
Keep your graphic drivers up-to-date, and any essential components on your machine.
Whenever you have a freshly launched game, it’s best to run the game on recommended settings until future patches are released.
Always remember the minimum requirements when running a game, these are specs for Imperator:Rome:
- Operating System: Windows 7 / 8 /10
- Architecture: 64 bit
- System Memory: 4GB
- Processor: Intel iCore i3-2105 or AMD FX-8120
- Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 or equivalent AMD Graphics Card
- OS: Windows 10 Home 64 bit
- Processor: Intel iCore i5- 3570K or AMD Ryzen 3 2200G
- Memory: 6 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon R9 380
FAQ: Learn more about Imperator: Rome
- Is Imperator: Rome free?
Imperator Rome is not free. To get this game, you need to open your wallet and pay $39.99.
- How many years does Imperator: Rome last?
Imperator: Rome lasts 277 years. The timeline of the game starts at 450 AUC and it ends on the 18th of February 727 AUC.
- How many cities are in Imperator Rome?
Imperator: Rome has a very generous map that includes over 7,000 cities spanning from the Iberian peninsula all the way to India.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in May 2019 and has since been updated for freshness and accuracy.Editor's Note: This article was originally published in May 2019 and was revamped and updated in April 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.