Can I Run V Rising on Windows 11?

If your Windows 11 device meets the V Rising system requirements, then you can run V Rising on Windows 11 smoothly. However, some players reported that they are facing V Rising crashing on PC. No worry, this article will tell you the V Rising system requirements and the 2 ways to fix V Rising crashing or not launching.

V Rising windows 11

V Rising System Requirements

V Rising is about waking up as a frail vampire after centuries of slumber. You need to find blood to restore your stamina while dodging the scorching sun to survive. Rebuild your castle and vampire empire, turning humans into your loyal servants. You can explore and fight solo, or make allies and enemies online, fend off those ghostly soldiers, and fight in this conflict-filled world!

Then, let’s have a look through V Rising system requirements.

System RequirementsMinimumRecommended
OSWindows 10 64 bitWindows 10 64 bit
CPUIntel Core i5-6600, 3.3 GHz or AMD Ryzen 5 1500X, 3.5 GHzIntel Core i5-11600K, 3.9 GHz or AMD Ryzen 5 5600X, 3.7 GHz
Memory12 GB RAM12 GB RAM
Video CardNVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti, 2 GB or AMD Radeon R7 360, 2 GBNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070, 8 GB or AMD Radeon RX 590, 8 GB
Vertex Shader5.05.1
Pixel shader5.05.1
Free storage7 GB7 GB

Why V Rising Crashes?

As we mentioned above, V Rising reported that they can’t launch V Rising on Windows 11. At first, we need to understand why V Rising crashing or not launching.

There are many reasons why V Rising crashes on startup. One reason may be that the bug of the game itself causes V Rising crashing. And every patch may cause V Rising not launching. It is also possible that your PC or laptop is too old, the V Rising game files are corrupted, or your firewall may be causing the issue.

How to Fix V Rising Crashing or Not Launching?

1 Close Apps That Use Your Network

  • Press Win plus X keys and select Task Manager.
  • Choose Processes tab, all apps using data will be in the Network list.
  • End the apps that use the most data.
Close all apps using network
Close all apps using network

2 Turn off Metered Connection

  • Launch the Settings app by pressing Win + I keys.
  • Click Network & internet and choose Properties.
  • Turn off Metered connection on the new page.

3 Update Windows 11

  • Click on start menu and search for Update,
  • Click on Check for updates, and then download the latest update,
  • Restart your PC.

After that, reinstall V Rising to your system and then check if V Rising can work on your Windows 11.

Update windows
Update windows

4 Update Graphics Card Driver

Outdated or corrupt graphics driver could cause V Rising crashing on Windows 11, then you just need to update your graphics driver to fix this issue.

To update graphics driver, click on start menu, choose device manager, expand the Display adapters, and then manually select the dedicated GPU.

5 Enable V Rising Compatibility Mode

Right-click Steam icon>Properties>Compatibility tab on properties window>Check the checkbox before the option Run this program in compatibility mode for (Windows 7 recommended)>Apply>OK button. Now you can see if V Rising can run on Windows 11. If not, keep reading.

Launch Game in Compatibility Mode

6 Run V Rising as Administrator

To run Steam as administrator: right-click Steam>Properties>Compatibility tab>check the box before the Run this program as an administrator>Apply>OK.

To run V Rising as administrator: locate to the folder where V Rising is installed to find the V Rising exe file.

To run V Rising as an administrator: right-click V Rising exe file and select Properties>Compatibility tab>tick the box before Run this program in compatibility mode for; and then select your previous operating system>tick Run this program as an administrator>Apply>OK.

After that, you can check if the issue is fixed or not.

Run as administrator
Run as administrator


In summary, you can run V Rising on Windows 11 once your Windows 11 pc meets the V Rising system requirements. Also, this article provides you 6 easy ways to fix V Rising crashing or not launching on Windows 11.


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