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[ETS2MPI_64] Adit Lemper

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Hello.  @[ETS2MPI_64] Adit Lemperand welcome to the forums

 

Unfortuantely the mod only supports DirectX 64 and I doubt it will be changed.

 

I suggest to improve your FPS a few steps.

 

1) Lower your graphics settings and scaling.  THis should give you a few more FPS.

 

2) Please lower your resolution ingame.  I suggest using 800x600 fullscreen.

 

3) Please use your graphics card software to optimise the game.

 

4) Aim to stay away from heavily congested areas such as C-D road, Duisburg, Rotterdam, Calais etc as the density will lower your FPS.

 

5) Press tab and the little settings icon once connected and reduce the truck draw distance

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Hi Adit Lemper,

 

At this moment in time, I do not think it is possible to run TruckersMP in OpenGL mode.

 

A suggestion was made in the past for this to be implemented and most staff members confirmed: no OpenGL mode was available for MP, as well as reasons why: 

However, I will be honest in saying I am not 100 % sure if that is still the case ^ (Most likely someone else will tell you otherwise).

 

 

On top of this, multiplayer takes more frames away from the game due to the large quantity of players / objects needing to be rendered, which puts additional strain on your CPU + GPU.

 

I made a small guide inside another thread, which you can check out to boost your FPS: 

 

 

* Out of interest, what sort of computer specifications / hardware do you have?

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Good Morning,

 

Open your Steam Library left click on ETS2 and hit play, a small dialog box will appear hit launch with OpenGL and it will bring you to single player. Let the game load make a gamesave close single player and launch TruckersMP as an administrator when you go to play ETS2 it should now open with OpenGL

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Hope this has helped.

Riley

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Guest Unknown111111

Hello !! 

You can download tool,and you can open as OpenGL 

Download it 
 

 

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