Graphics Broken

Jordan Peterson shared this bug 7 months ago
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For the past month every time I've loaded into a world I have had the same problem. Upon spawning all blocks and voxels turn black and there is a black strip in the sky where twilight would be. I have tried adjusting the graphics settings with little success. I have also tried this in a brand new vanilla world and the problem persists. I have attached an image of the issue.

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Hello, Engineer!


Could you please provide us with more information regarding the issue you reported? To report a bug into

our system it is necessary to have reliable steps to reproduce in order for programmers to fix it.

We would appreciate logs and information about your PC + OS, graphic card and drivers you use.


Thank you!


Kind Regards

Keen Software House: QA Department

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there is a other report of the same glich

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I am currently running a HP pavilion 570-p552na core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 128GB SSD with windows 10

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I'd verify your game cache...


Right Click Space Engineers > Properties > Local Files > Verify Integrity of Game Files...

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I've had the same problem for about two months, and I did the same thing, but planets are still an issue. Turning down graphics settings doesn't help, but I suspect that my computer's processor or graphics card is the real problem. Hope this helps.

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I recently upgraded my graphics card and it fixed the issue entirely. Please spread this information to any one reporting the bug.

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so I have the same issue and I believe that this image can help

I got this game years ago and am now FINALLY able to play as my computer no longer lies about having a 32-bit instead of the 64-bit it actually has. and this image is the first thing I get. ALL textures go black except the sky and there is a black ring around the direct middle area between the sun and moon hovering infinitely high in the sky. Paired with that the audio is incredibly staticy and retro sounding. but there is no gameplay errors. hitboxes are correct and as far as I can tell there are no terrain holes so the issue is entirely graphically impacting.

my computer specs are: HP ENVY Desktop - Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 256GB SSD, Windows 10.

hopefully that is enough to solve this issue

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just realized this is a space engineers post and not a medieval engineers bug report hopefully this helps narrow the issues to something that the games share

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