There are various caused for the It Takes Two UE4-Nuts Game Low Level Fatal Error with the game. This error is with the Unreal Engine 4 that the game is built on and most UE4 errors occurs due to instability of the GPU due to any reason. In rare case, corruption of the game files and an incomplete game file can also lead to the error. In this post, we will tell you more about the error and what you can do about it.
Fix It Takes Two UE4-Nuts Game Low Level Fatal Error
The UE4 error is common with games that use the Unreal Engine 4 and in most cases is not a fault of the game, but the user’s system. However, if the game is optimized poorly for the PC, it can also lead to the error as the GPU becomes instable while the game is running. Any reason that can destabilize the GPU can lead to the It Takes Two UE4-Nuts Game Low Level Fatal Error such as overclocking, running the game is fluctuating FPS, system not meeting the GPU requirements of the game, outdated graphics card driver software, other tasks consuming too much CPU, etc.
The first solution we suggest is to validate the game files. The steam client has a very reliable option. Go to Library > right-click on It Takes Two > Properties > Local Files > Verify Integrity of Game Files.
If that does not resolve the issue, run the system in a clean boot environment. Here are the steps you can follow.
- Press Windows Key + R and type msconfig, hit Enter
- Go to the Services tab
- Check Hide all Microsoft services
- Now, click Disable all
- Go to the Startup tab and click on Open Task Manager
- Disable one task at a time and restart the system.
Ensure that your graphics card drivers are updated and you are not overclocking the GPU, even from the boot options and that should resolve the UE4 fatal error.