How to Fix Yellow Screen Bug in Cities: Skylines 2
Hey there, fellow gamer! Ran into that weird yellow screen in Cities: Skylines 2? You’re not alone, and guess what? There’s a nifty workaround. Ready to get your hands a bit dirty with a quick fix? Let’s dive right in!
How to Kickstart the Fix: Enter Developer Mode
First things first, let’s get you into the developer’s shoes (not literally, though!). Find Cities: Skylines in your beloved Steam library—right-click and hit “Properties.” See the General tab? Add “–developerMode” to your launch options. It’s like the secret knock for a speakeasy!
Where’s That Debug Window?
Alright, now load your game or start a fresh one, because adventure awaits in Cities: Skylines. Hit the Tab key and—voilà! A mysterious black window pops up on the left. Feels like hacking, doesn’t it?
GameRendering: The Path to Narnia?
Got that debug window? Great! Spy the “GameRendering” option (second row, third option) and give it a click. Who knew a simple click could be so powerful?
Navigating the “Custom Passes” Labyrinth
Now, it’s scrolling time! Roll that wheel or swipe your touchpad down until “Custom passes” makes an entrance. Click that dropdown arrow and behold the magic unfold!
Disabling Tunnel Pass: Pulling the Plug on the Yellow Tint
See that pesky “Tunnel Pass” checkbox? Uncheck it—like you’re ticking off your to-do list. Boom, the yellow screen is gone! But heads up, your underground roads will pull a vanishing act (don’t worry, the road upgrade tool or bulldozer still knows where they are).
Hiding the Evidence: Debug Window Be Gone!
Almost done! Hit Tab again to make that debug window disappear. Clean and slick, right?
Pro tip: This trick works wonders especially for the Intel Iris Xe graphics card users out there. Tested and gamer-approved!
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