Intel releases 4676 BETA graphics card driver for “Starry Sky” game

Intel has released the BETA graphics card driver for “Starry Sky”, bringing further optimization. The new driver also fixes the following three issues

  • Starfield (DX12) Improved stability in different areas of the game.
  • Starfield (DX12) may render glass surfaces and objects incorrectly.
  • In Starry Sky (DX12), characters may have missing eyebrows.

Challenges with Gaming Performance: Intel A770 and ‘Starry Sky’ Compatibility

VideoCardz recently shared some news about a driver, but it’s not quite ready for all the gaming fun in “Starry Sky” yet. Bethesda, the game company, mentioned that the Intel A770 graphics card isn’t quite up to snuff when it comes to meeting the minimum requirements needed for playing with RX 5700 or GTX 1070 Ti graphics cards.

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Surprisingly, the Intel A770 is even more powerful than those cards! So, if you’re having trouble running “Starry Sky” on your Intel A770, it might be a software issue rather than a hardware problem. Keep an eye out for updates to enjoy your gaming adventures!.

Intel Graphics released the 4672 driver for “Starry Sky” on September 4, which solved many functional problems.

Intel is currently continuing to optimize the experience of “Starry Sky” and is expected to release an official “Game On” driver soon.