+1 vote

this the message
Your video card driver doesn't support any of the supported openGL
versions.
Please update your drivers or if you have a very old or integrated GPU
upgrade it.

Actually I have an up to date driver
Please help me

in Engine by (13 points)

I got a similar message when I exported my game for PC. On one computer the game wouldn't start throwing a similar drivers error, while on another it ran smoothly without a hitch. My guess back then was that GLES3 was to blame and I waited until Godot 3.1 was released, which supports GLES2. There seem to be some incompatibility issues with GLES3, so going GLES2 might solve the issue. I would suggest you run the game on multiple computers and if that doesn't work, I suggest you try exporting a GLES2 version of your project.

Which graphics card do you have? In many cases, despite an up to date driver, it could be that your hardware is just too old to run GLES3.

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+1 vote

I have the same problem, my video card is a GeForce RTX 2070 Nvidia. My CPU is an Omen HP I7 and I am running on Win 10 Familly. I think the video card is running on OpenGL GLES 4.6. How can I set it to GLES2.
Michel

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