Counter-Strike Global Offensive (CS: GO) is one of the most popular versions presented by the Counter-Strike franchise. The game has received multiple positive reviews for the gaming experience that it offers, being listed as a primary option for those willing to experience a multiplayer first-person shooter game.
The storyline of the game is simple. There are two teams, the terrorists and the counter-terrorists that compete against each other, and the winner becomes the one that manages to eliminate the opponents. What is, unfortunately, diminishing the excellent gaming experience is when the CSGO failed to create a D3D Device error.
How to Fix “Failed to Create 3D3” Error in CS: GO
One of the leading causes that generate this error might be the usage of an older version of Direct X. in this case updating the Direct X would be the most desirable option because, without it, the game cannot run properly and support the recommended graphics.
The first thing you need to do is to access the official site where the latest version of Direct X is posted. After accepting the terms and conditions, continue with the setup and launch the application to see if the error is still appearing. It this is the case, a set of further adjustments to the graphic card is needed.
The first step is to open the AMD software and select the game from the list. The settings page for CSGO will open automatically, and all you need to do is to disable the Radeon Anti-Lag feature and save the new settings. Should you relaunch the game, there should be no error displayed on the screen.
Another option to tackle the “Failed to Create 3D3” error in CS: GO is to run the game in Windowed Mode. Select from the Properties section of the game the Shortcut tab and add it at the end. Do not forget to save the changes and launch the game to see if the error still occurs. In the unlikely event that it is still there, enable the Full-Screen option.