If you have been playing Baldur’s Gate 3 with mods but have recently had some issues and needed to uninstall/remove them and now have major performance issues. This article will show you how to fix Baldur’s Gate Performance issues after removing in-game mods. Solving the problem that causes mod removal in Baldur’s Gate 3 to cause stability issues.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is one of the best games of the last decade and proves that without a doubt listening to what your audience wants will always prove to be successful. Netflix should have followed the same rule with the Witcher TV series…. Anyway before we get sidetracked with that trainwreck we’re going to show you how to fix performance issues in Baldur’s Gate 3 after uninstalling or disabling mods.
The solutions shown in this guide will also work if you have received Error Failed To Load The Main Menu From The Current Game Mod and solved the problem but now have annoying performance drops. So why exactly is this happening? Well, it’s tricky but there seems to be some kind of residual effect from adding and removing mods. Some kind of minor corruption most likely. Luckily there are a couple of quick and easy steps you can take to fix the problem.
How do you fix performance and stability issues after uninstalling or disabling mods in Baldur’s Gate 3?
The first and most common solution for this problem is to verify Baldur’s Gate 3 files on your computer. If you are using Steam you can find the full list of steps below.
- Launch the Steam client.
- Switch to the Library tab.
- Locate Baldur's Gate 3, right-click it, and select Properties.
- Go to the Local Files tab and click "Verify integrity of game files".
- Allow some time for the verification process to finish, especially for larger games.
- Once verified, you should be able to update and play the game without encountering issues.
Once you have finished the process you should be able to launch and play Baldur’s Gate 3 without any issues. If you plan on using mods again at some stage make sure that the one you install has been updated after any new game patches. Game updates are notorious for breaking mods and making them unstable.
Uninstall and Reinstall Baldur’s Gate 3 to fix stability issues after uninstalling mods.
Sadly if nothing above has worked you are going to have to uninstall and reinstall Baldur’s Gate 3 on your computer. After a clean installation, you will be able to play the game without any performance issues. As with the previous solution If you plan on using mods again at some stage make sure that the one you install has been updated after any new game patches. Game updates are notorious for breaking mods and making them unstable.