Stress Level Zero’s experimental physics action thriller game has lured millions of players in this short span of time. However, the game is constantly plagued by many bugs and issues, which become frustrating for players. As we said, quite a few players have recently complained about shaders and lighting issues when trying to play Bonelab on their Windows and Quest 2.

If you are facing a similar problem, it is better to look for solutions instead of delving deeper into the causes. Here we provide quick and easy solutions to overcome Bonelab shaders and lighting issues, so you can resume gameplay smoothly without wasting your time. Then let’s have a look.

Fixes for Bonelab Shaders and Lighting Issues in Windows PC

As per some PC gamers, their Bonelab texture seems brighter and shinner than normal, and it feels so disgusting for them. To resolve the same issue, we have listed solutions in the below section.

Fix 1: Update the Game

If you have issues with BoneLab lighting and shaders, you should check your game and update it to the latest version and relaunch the game. Also, you install the latest game patch to fix the same issue.

Fix 2: Update Windows

If your Windows is not updated, then you will face similar issues, so you can update your Windows to the latest version and relaunch the game to see the improvement.

Fix 3: Update Graphics Driver

Another solution is to update your Graphics driver to the latest version. To do so,

  • Open Device Manager->click on Display adapters->select and right-click on Graphics driver->choose Update driver and see the result.Update driver

Fix 4: Verify Game Files

Sometimes corrupted game files can cause problems with lighting and shaders in BoneLab. Here you can check game files and resume gameplay. To do so,

  • Open Steam-> Library->right-click on BONELAB-> choose its Properties.Click on Local Files-> select Verify integrity of game files and relaunch the game.Verify integrity of game files

Fix 5: Tweak Graphics Settings

Another effective solution is to go into the game graphics settings, and lower all the settings in the list, and see if that fixes the issue. If the problem persists, you can change the graphics setting to medium and try playing the game again.

Fixes for Bonelab Shaders and Lighting Issues in Quest 2

Fix 1: Update Quest 2

The first attempt to resolve the Bonelab Shaders and Lighting issue is to update your Quest OS to the latest version and see the result.

Fix 2: Tweak Graphics Settings

You can make some changes to the graphics settings in the game and see if the issue gets fixed or not. Once done, you can play the game smoothly and will be free from said issues.

Fix 3: Try Hard Reboot

Another solution to resolve the Bonelab Shaders and Lighting issues is to perform a hard reboot. To do so

  • Switch off Headset->press and hold Power and Volume (-) button.
  • Then highlight Boot Device by using your volume keys and click on Power key.
  • Now select Yes and click on Power button to continue the process.
  • Once done, check whether the issue gets resolved or not.

If the issue is not solved, then try a factory reset,

  • Switch off the headset-> press and hold Power and Volume (-) button for a few seconds.
  • Then highlight Factory Reset by using your volume keys and click on Power key.
  • Now select Yes and click on Power button to continue the process.

Fix 4: Reinstall the Game

In most cases uninstalling and reinstalling the game will help you get rid of the same problem. You can try this and see if it solves the issue in your case.

These are all about Bonelab Shaders and Lighting Issues and their fixes. If you have any concerns related to the information given above, then you can list your doubts in the command box below.