Tales of Arise is a PC game developed and published by Bandai Namco. However, the game is well-optimized and passed various tests before the official launch. But, as per the latest information, some PC users have reported errors in Tales of Arise. They have said they are facing issues such as fatal errors, in-game crashes, no ultrawide support, controllers not working, and more.

Moreover, we have analysed the cause of all the errors and prepared a detailed article with many fixes. We will provide you with the various causes and fixes for every particular error; meanwhile, in this article, we will discuss the fatal, controller, and ultrawide errors that Tales of Arise users have reported. Here are the details on how to fix them all.

Reporting Several In-Game Errors: Understanding Their Causes and Solutions

There are many errors that users are facing in the Tales of Arise PC version. However, it seems that officials may take some more time to develop an official fix. In this case, we analysed the errors and found their fixes. So, below, we explain the specific errors and their respective fixes.

Fatal error

Many players of the game have reported that whenever they launch the game, it crashes with a fatal message like “LowLevelFatalError.” [File: Unknown] [Line: 843]. Corrupted files could cause this. To fix this, you can scan your PC via the command prompt and fix the corrupted files. You can also use the following steps:

  1. Launch the command prompt.
  2. Run it as an administrator.
  3. Type sfc/scannow and tap Enter.
  4. This will scan for corrupted files and repair them.
  5. After this, your fatal error should be fixed.

Additionally, there may be other reasons for the fatal error apart from corrupted files, such as an outdated GPU driver. To fix this, you will need to update the GPU driver on your PC. Additionally, if you are using Steam, you can also select the path to right-click >> properties >> launch option >> windowed mode. This can also fix fatal error.

Controller Error

Players of Tales of Arise have also reported that their controller is not working with the game. This could be caused by mismatched controller settings or the controller being disconnected from the game. To fix this, you can try the following steps:

  1. Right-click on Tales of Arise.
  2. Click on “Controller,” then “Properties then “General Controller Settings.”
  3. A new window will open, displaying multiple options on the screen.
  4. Check the configuration support and extended feature options for the platform on which you play Tales of Arise.
  5. If you play on Xbox, check the Xbox configuration.
  6. This should fix your controller error.

Crash error

It has also been found that the game crashes whenever you launch it. The reason for this could be third-party software. Many players use a third-party software, such as MSI Afterburner. To fix the error, you need to disable third-party software, including Steam Overlay and GeForce Experience Overlay. After doing this, the crash error in Tales of Arise is expected to be fixed.

Ultrawide Support Error:

Unfortunately, Tales of Arise does not support the ultrawide feature. However, we have discovered a unique solution that will resolve the issue until the game’s official addition of Ultrawide support. To fix this, please follow these steps:

  • Download the Universal Unreal Engine 4 Unlocker.
  • Open your web browser and go to the link above to download the Universal Unreal Engine 4 Unlocker.
  • Start the Universal Unreal Engine 4 Unlocker and choose Tales of Arise.exe.
  • Inject the default.dll, and the game will now use the ultrawide display.
  • Note: If you still face issues, you can adjust the resolution manually as per your choice.
  • Afterwards, Tales of Arise will now support the Ultrawide feature.

Hopefully, we have provided you with accurate information about the fatal, controller, and ultrawide errors reported by Tales of Arise users. We have also provided details on how to fix them. If any users have any queries, please share them with us in the comment section below.