Hey… So getting into the game is a step in the right direction at least.
Can you confirm that you did the Steam file verification - this is important as corrupted installs cause no end of problems… Need to be sure.
Hmm,… this is indicative of the performance related instability in LE at the moment… Try the following: set your game to 1080p, 60fps framerate limited (remember to check the checkbox else the slider does nothing), ALL in-game settings to very low or disabled or the lowest possible option (very important). If the game works in this “base” config then you definitely have the known issue and have to be conservative with your settings. You then need to slowly up the resolution and then increase the FPS (while monitoring your GPU usage to ensure that its averaging something decent and not in the 80-90% all the time). and lastly you then up individual graphics settings (still monitoring your GPU usage)… Honeslty tho, with a 1070… I would recommend you just stick to the low settings on the resolution you want to play at and keep the fps capped at around 70-80 fps for best stability - imho the eye-candy isnt really worth the stability trade off.
Are you sure you enabled the framerate limiting checkbox? Limiting the framerate is very noticable as LE will max out a GPU if you leave it unlimited and this makes the game VERY unstable and it can crash loading new maps or freeze (a few seconds) for no apparent reason during play.
Player.log… Ok. this one is different… it still has the memory error but it comes after a D3D11 Error - also related to memory issues and then it crashes with System Memory issues… This could be gpu driver related or perhaps something fishy with your DirectX implementation… You may have to do a full driver uninstall via Windows Safe Mode (or use something like DDU) to make sure that the correct drivers are installed and not corrupted.
You havent provided your le_graphicsmanager file so I cannot check, but what graphics card texture memory options you have chosen? Chose the lowest option for testing… and if you can, monitor your GPU memory usage and see if its maxing out (again, bad).
The player.log is referencing a Crash folder in the Last Epoch - can you check if there is one and an error log file? This can help trace the problem.
Most things look ok re OS patching, drivers etc so I will skip the diagnostic section at the end:
The LE apphangs are there should be an error.log generated in a crash folder - please check.
MemDiagV1 logs are reported that as far as I recall are informational - i.e. they confirm the test ran - you can see this in the normal Windows Logs… However, is there any way you can run something that tests from bios or bootmode? like Memtest? - this is a much better way to make sure on your ram.
WARNING IMPORTANT ISSUE dwm.exe has crashed at least once… This is the Windows Desktop Manager service that controls all the fancy windows rendering, hardware accelleration and 3d parts of the OS display… It has NOTHING to do with LE but could be causing LEs problems. There have been at least 3 people I know of that have had this error on their dxdiag report and all three have had inexplicable crashes when trying to play LE… After a lot of back and forth with updating drivers and running things like Windows System File Checker and doing driver reinstallations in safe mode, 2 of these where resolved by reinstalling Windows 10 - no more dwm errors and LE works perfectly… unfortunately there was no way to tell exactly what caused the problem because of the reinstall… If this is what is messing with LE, then this could be a problem to find the solution. I do not recommend that you leave this particular unresolved - irrespective of LE working or not.
I would suggest the following:
verify the steam game files if you havent already.
Do the testing with the lowest base in-game settings.
because of the d3d11 errors & the dwm.exe error, I would suggest you run the Windows System file checker at least once… and the run Windows Update and check if there are any optional or deferred updates.
Consider doing a full graphics card driver uninstall and new clean install either manually via safe mode or using a tool like DDU.
Check your windows logs for the dwm.exe references and try and make sure that whatever caused it is resolved/unistalled/patched etc. Dont leave this error unattended - irrespective of LE.
Check your system BIOS drivers etc for updates that could be memory related…