This short chapter will allow you, to some extent, to control the crashes in Jurassic World Evolution until the developer releases the patch.
- If you have repeatedly crashed the game, the first thing you should do is to update the graphics card - of course, it's not certain that it will work, but some players signal that this game rarely tends to crash. Nvidia has recently released new drivers - version 398.11 (release date: 06/05/2018). If this doesn't work try removing the older version of the drivers first, and uploading the new version.
- Also try to update your Windows system.
- The next step should be to disable unnecessary programs while the game is running. It's possible that some app in the background interferes with Jurassic World Evolution.
- You can also try to verify the game files (if you have a game on Steam). You can do it by right-clicking on the game: Properties-> Local Files-> Check the consistency of game files.
- If you also have FPS drops, you should try to set your pc plan for maximum performance and set a high priority for the game in the task manager.
- Any overlay that runs during games such as Steam, Discord and GeForce can cause not only crashes, but also FPS dips. Turn them all off.
- Visit the developer's support website: "https://support.frontier.co.uk/kb/faq.php?id=455"
- Sometimes it may happen that your motherboard's firmware may be in conflict with some programs - update the BIOS.
- The solution to the problem can also be a "fresh" installation of the game.