Epic deploys hotfixes to address CPU-raising store launcher bugs

Epic Games has released a patch that mitigates issues with the latest version of the Epic Games Store launcher affecting PC hardware.

This issue seems to increase CPU utilization and system temperature, but was first elaborated on Reddit (Thanks, PC Gamer) and urged to agree that there is a problem with PC laptop temperature and battery life. I did.

“Looking at the task manager, I found that the Epic Games launcher was illuminating the cores, keeping some cores on even though they seemed to be doing nothing, and not updating the game in the background.” HotHardware said, and the launcher seems to “send data to over 22 different servers on a regular basis.”

Epic’s Sergiy Galyonkin has updated the player by confirming that the hotfix has been deployed, but admits that it is “not a perfect solution.”

“Well, I’ve read an internal thread on this, so I understand the basics (I kept thinking that the browser module was open when it was essentially minimized), but what’s causing it? I’m not entirely sure, “Galyonkin added later in a response on Twitter. “As far as I know, there is no portal to the underworld :)”

Details of the ICYMI, Epic Games Stores celebration giveaway were leaked online a few days ago and are still available from now until the end of the year.

Many games are already available, including Cities: Skyline, Oddworld: New N Tasty, The Long Dark, Alien Isolation, and Defense Grid 1. Torchlight 2 is now available for free at a low price. , Jurassic World Evolution is speculated to be the last giveaway tomorrow.

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