This guide will tell you how to fix Overwatch 2 Rendering Device Lost & Graphics Errors.
1- First of all, you must ensure that your Window is fully up to date. It is a very important step, as it will give you a phenomenal increase in your game performance and will fix your crashing issues. For this, you first need to go to the bottom left side of your screen to the search button, write “update” in it and click on “check for update”. A new window will pop up, navigate down, and click “check for updates”. It will scan your machine to see if there are any updates available.
2- You have to make sure that all the programs in the background are closed because these background programs take space from your Ram and it causes the issue.
3- Now you need to remove any overclock settings you may have applied to your hardware. If you have done this, then you have to restore it back to the default values. After that, launch Overwatch 2 and see if it fixes your issue.
4- You also have to ensure that your CPU is not overheated. For this, you need to click on the following link https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmon… and it will take you to the downloads site of HW Monitor. After reaching this page, you have to scroll down and then under the classic version on the left of your screen, click on setup English. Click on the Download Now button and once the download completes, you have to run the setup file and install it. Once the installation finishes, you need to open this up and you will find all the hardware temperatures on your PC. You can also see the minimum and maximum temperature of your hardware.
5- Now you have to right-click on the taskbar and then you have to select Task Manager. You have to expand the Display Adaptors and you will find your graphics card.
6- To update NVidia drivers, you have to click on the link https://www.nvidia.com/download/index..., then select your product type, and the product series. At last, you have to select your operating system and click on Search.
It will take you to a new page and you have to click on the Download button. Once the download completes, run the setup, and agree to the agreement. Then you just have to click on Next and it will start installing.
After installing this, you have to launch Overwatch 2 and see if this will fix your issue.
7- This is for AMD processor users. For this, you have to start the menu, then search System information and open it up. Once it is open, you have to find the processor and you will find the number of your graphics card.
8- After finding this, click on the following link https://www.amd.com/en/support and it will take you to the AMD website. You will find a list of a variety of options, you have to select graphics and then you have to find your graphics card. After that, select the version and once everything is selected, you have to click on the Submit button.
After this, you have to select your operating system for download then you have to expand that operating system, and then click on Download.
9- Once the downloading is complete, you have to open the AMD downloaded file and then install the latest AMD drivers. You have to expand the advance options and then you have to select the factory reset option as this will install the fresh version of the drivers then you have to click on the install button.
After installing this, you have to launch Overwatch 2 and it will fix your issue.