How to Fix Multiversus UE4 Fatal Error Crash Error Fix

In this guide, I am going to show you how to fix the crash fatal error with multiversus game on windows pc.

Now, the first method is to restart your pc.

To fix multiversus UE4 fatal error crash, you will need to restart your pc, run the game on d3d11 or dx11 or dx12 or turnoff Riva tuner and MSI Afterburner.

In addition, you can turn off overclocking, do a temp folder cleanup, update your graphics driver and windows OS, and disable your antivirus.

If all the above fail, you can allow the app through a windows firewall, run the game on the dedicated graphics card, or verify the integrity of game files.

Similarly, you can run the game as an administrator, try to disable steam overlay and as close all the overlay apps and make sure you have installed the latest visual C++ redistributable package.

Finally, you can perform a clean boot or uninstall and reinstall the game to a different drive.

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What is Multiversus UE4 Fatal Error Crash?

Multiversus is one of the latest cross-over fighting video games.

It consists of iconic characters from different universes like wonderwoman, superman.

Some Multiversus players are always getting fatal error message like Wyatt Cone says it pops up after the anti-cheat loading screen happens.

While other say, the UE4 fatal error appears randomly.

For some users, the UE4 fatal error pops up whenever they select to enter graphics settings of the game.

How to Fix Multiversus UE4 Fatal Error Crash

Below we have explained the 16 methods to Fix Multiversus UE4 Fatal Error each in detail.

1.Restart Your PC

Now, the first method is to restart the pc.

Whenever you encounter the crash error or any game bug, you should restart your pc.

Restarting your pc will eliminate any temporary error which is occurring due to the old cookies and cache or the system’s other software clashing with your gaming software.

All of these errors will be eradicated after a simple restart of the pc or any other platform you use.

2. Run the Game on d3d11 or dx11 or dx12

First launch the steam client.

Go to library.

Locate and right-click on multiversus.

Click on properties.

Select General from the left panel menu then type -d3d11 under the Launch options.

3. Turnoff Riva Tuner and MSI afterburner

If you are using MSI afterburner and Riva Tune, I recommend trying to turn off them.

These can cause software conflicts leading to game crashed.

This problem is not just with Multiversus, it happens in a bunch of games and other software.

4. Turnoff Overclocking

Overclocked chips are not stable, and improper settings can push the game to an extremely unstable state.

This may end up crashing.

So, revert your overclocking settings from either the bios, the AMD Ryzen Master Utility or the MSI afterburner OC utility if you have an OCed graphics card.

5. Only on Windows 7

Go to the GitHub page, then download the latest dxvk version.

Now, extract the downloaded file.

After that, copy all the files present from x64 folder.

Next, open steam, select Library , right click on Multiversus and select manage, then choose browse local files.

Open Multiversus folder.

Open Binaries folder and Win64 folder.

Right here, paste the files in this location.

Once done, simply go back and launch the game.

6. Temp Folder Clean-up

Make sure you quit the steam client on your computer completely by clicking steam.

Exit from the top side menu with the steam client open.

Next press the windows key, then type %temp% and press Enter.

Delete all the content of the temp folder.

Restart the game and check if the issue persists.

7. Update graphics driver and windows OS

The outdated graphic drivers may likely cause the issue.

Updating your graphics driver can help you out.

You can update your graphics card manually or even choose automatic graphics and drivers updating software.

Besides, you should also update your operating system.

8. Disable Your Antivirus

You can also try disabling your antivirus and then see if the error is fixed or not.

This error might be caused due to your overprotective security suite or antivirus.

It might be blocking your game from being launched and thus causing the Launch error.

Hence, turn off your antivirus and then relaunch the game.

Check whether or not the error has stopped now.

If you are able to launch Multiversus without the Launcher Error, you can be sure your antivirus is the main culprit.

Now, disabling your antivirus permanently is not recommended as it can invite viruses and malware to your system.

So, add the multiversus game to the exception or exclusion list of your antivirus to fix the error.

9. Allow APP through Windows Firewall

Press Windows key then type firewall.

Next, select allow app through windows firewall.

Now, click on change settings.

Browse through the list of allowed apps and features to see if multiversus is included.

If not seen, click allow another app and select browse.

Go to the game installation folder.

Select Multiversus.exe file then click open.

Click ADD.

Now launch the game once again and see if error still throws up.

10. Run the Game on Dedicated Graphics Card

Navigate to settings.

Select display and then graphics.

Select browse, then go to the game installation folder.

Now select multiversus.exe file and click Add.

Once the game added, click on option and choose high performance.

Click save.

Now, again select browse.

Open the multiversus folder and then binaries folder.

Open also win64 folder.

Select Multiversus-Win64-shipping.exe file click add.

Once the game added, click on option and choose high performance.

Click Save.

Now launch the game again and check if the problem is fixed.

11. Verify the Integrity of Game files

Open steam then navigate to Library.

Now right-click on multiversus, then select properties.

Next, select the local file, then choose to verify Integrity of Game files.

Once done, try play the multiversus game again and check if the problem is fixed.

12. Run the game as an Administrator

First of all, open up the steam, then navigate to library.

Now right-click on the multiversus game and select manage.

After that choose browse local files.

In local files, right click on the multiversus application file provided and from the drop down menu, choose the properties option.

On the properties window, switch to the compatibility tab.

There, tick the Run this program as an administrator option.

Once you have done that, go ahead and try launching the game again to see if the problem still occurs.

13. Disable steam overlay and close all the overlay apps

I recommend disabling steam game overlay and trying to turn them off as these apps often cause compatibility issues.

14. Make sure installed latest visual C++ Redistributable package

Press the windows key, then type control panel and select it from the results.

Navigate to uninstall program.

Press and hold (or right-click) on the Microsoft visual c++ (2015-2022) Redistributable (x64) and uninstall, then follow the directions on the screen.

Do the same with all versions.

Once the uninstall done, you need to restart your computer.

Once the restart done, visit this site and download latest visual C++ redistributable package, then install it.

Finally, run steam as Admin and start the game normally.

15. Perform a Clean Boot

First of all, pressing Windows key on your keyboard.

Then, type in msconfig and then hit the Enter key.

This will open up the system configuration window.

There, switch to the services tab.

After that, go ahead and tick the hide all Microsoft services checkbox provided.

Follow this up by clicking the disable all button and then click apply.

After doing that, switch to the startup tab and there click the open task manager option.

On the Task manager window, select all of the apps one by one and then click the disable button provided at the bottom right corner.

Once you have done that, go a head and restart the PC.

After you PC boots up, try launching the game to see if the error still appears.

16. Uninstall and reinstall the game to the different drive

If none of the solutions above has worked for you, its time to uninstall and reinstall the game.

When you uninstall the software, app, or game, it will delete all the game data and files.

By this trick, the corrupted files related to the game will also get deleted.


Sometimes common troubleshooting steps like reinstalling the game and restarting the system do not seem to work.

I would recommend disabling the steam game overlay.

Try to turn them off as these applications often cause compatibility issues.

In addition to disabling the antivirus and running it as administrator.

If all the above do fail to work for you, don’t hesitate to reach out to the developers of multiversus.

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