If you are experiencing performance issues with Lemnis Gate, this article aims to give you some general technical advice for the platform you're experiencing these issues on.
Verify Integrity of Game Files (Steam)
Right click Lemnis Gate in your Steam Library list. Click Properties, go to Local Files in the window that pops up, and click Verify Integrity of Game Files, and let the process complete.
Please check that all Windows updates have been applied and that all of your system drivers are fully up to date.
Updating drivers for your graphics card and some peripherals isn't possible through the automatic Windows Updater & must these be acquired by the manufacturer's website.
For NVIDIA cards, you can get the drivers at www.nvidia.com and for ATI cards at www.amd.com. Drivers for Intel HD GPUs can be found at www.intel.com.
Turn off background recording
Xbox Game DVR
While in-game press Windows + G to bring up the game bar.
With this showing, you should be able to select the settings "Cog".
From here please uncheck "Record game in the Background".
You can find out more about this here: http://support.xbox.com/en-GB/xbox-on-windows/social/record-game-clips-game-dvr-windows-10
To turn off Shadowplay you will need to open NVIDIA GeForce Experience.
With this open please click on the settings "Cog" in the top right.
Click the toggle to disable the share feature.
You can find out more about this here:
Turn off your PlayStation, do not enter rest mode.
Once the indicator light on the PlayStation has stopped blinking and is completely off, unplug the power cord from the console.
Wait 30 seconds.
Plug the power cord back into the PlayStation and start it up again as normal.
Check for a software update
Go to Options
Navigate to System Software Update
Power off your PlayStation, do not enter rest mode.
Hold the power button down until you hear two quick beeps.
Connect your DualShock 4/Dualsense controller to the USB slot in the front of the PlayStation.
Scroll down in the menu until you reach option 5, Rebuild Database.
Highlight the game and press Options
Delete the game
Navigate to your Library, select the game and download
Turn off your Xbox.
Once the the Xbox is completely off, unplug the power cord from the console.
Press and hold the power button on the Xbox several times to clear the cache.
Plug the power cord back into the Xbox and start it up again as normal.
Check for a software update
Go to Profile and System, then select Settings
Select System, then select Updates
Select Console Update if one is available.
Select the Xbox button on the game controller to enter the main menu.
In Games & Apps, select Games.
Select the game you wish to delete, and select Uninstall.
To reinstall, go to the Games & Apps screen once more, find the game, and select it under the Ready to Install menu.
If these steps do not help you with the performance issues you're experiencing, please send us a ticket by clicking the button below, and our Customer Support team can have a further look.