A. I had the same problem. I resolved it by disabling the NVIDIA PhysX mode. I've heard of another problem with the game related to Realtec audio, for which it's recommended that you disable the Realtec device. For me, however, turning off PhysX did the trick. Just access the game's settings at launch, and turn off Hardware Accelerated Physx. Hopefully, a fix will be released shortly.
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