Users Experience Problems with Metin2 in Windows 8, Windows 8.1, 10

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Metin2 players say that they can't play the game in Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 due to crashing problems

More problems for online gamers in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 – according to a good number of posting on some Romanian and Polish forums, Metin2 seems to have big problems working for them in either Windows 8 or Windows 8.1

Metin2 players say that they can't play the game in Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 due to crashing problems

Metin2 players say that they can’t play the game in Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 due to crashing problems

Players of MMORPG games in Windows 8 seem to have problems with Microsoft’s operating system, as well as with the latest Windows 8.1 version. We have previously reported that users of Dragon’s Prophet and Guild Wars 2 have experienced problems with Windows 8.1, now it’s Metin2 players who complain. The story of the Metin2 game is described like this:

A long time ago there was only a single empire that existed in the continent. The land experienced tranquility and peace and did not know the conflating deadly diseases that spread around the world. Innocent people suffered as those who were slain by these beasts or choked to death by disease later rose again as undead. The undead caused chaos and destruction in their wake with seemingly endless numbers. Their tireless existence appeared as if this problem was not going to go away. Eventually the single empire collapsed and became three different kingdoms, all fighting for their own survival. To this very day, they still treat each other as enemies.

Metin2 is a popular MMORPG game especially among players in the Eastern Europe. Recently, while browsing for some more Windows 8.1 issues, I’ve discovered that quite a few users are apparently plagued with problems while they try to play Metin2 in Windows 8. Most of the affected users seem to be from Poland or Romania. Reportedly, the game just crashes at a random point or it doesn’t open at all.

Some of them are reporting graphical problems inside the game, such as hanging problems or a weird situation where the screen starts swirling and doesn’t stop. As always, you are advised to download the latest drivers, and also check whether you have installed the latest .NET Framework version.

Read Also: Windows 8 Uno Card Game Launched by Gameloft

Have you had problems while trying to run Metin2 in Windows 8 or Windows 8.1? If you did, how did you manage to overcome them? Let us know by leaving your comment so that we could help the community.

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