How to Fix Warhammer 40K: Darktide Mouse Cursor Stuck on Screen

Here is a fix for removing the cursor from the middle of the screen constantly

Even after being fully released and receiving major updates Warhammer 40K: Darktide is still showing poor performance and errors. One such issue that players are dealing with is the mouse cursor stuck on the screen.

This is a very frustrating situation for many players when they try to level up their character the mouse cursor is stuck in the middle of the screen. It not only distracts players from better aiming the enemies but it ruins the gameplay.

Although some players claimed that pressing Enter and opening the Chat Box fixies the Daktide cursor stuck on the screen issue. But for most users, it won’t help.

In this article, we have found workarounds that can fix this issue.

How to Fix Warhammer 40K: Darktide Cursor Stuck on Screen Issue

Apply the following solutions.

1. Restart the Game

First of all, simply restart the game and check if the cursor has started moving because restarting the game can solve many minor glitches that cause the mouse cursor stuck on the screen.

2. Press Alt+ Enter

If you encounter this problem midway between switching your chat and game, you can simply press Alt+Enter to switch in and out of the game.

2. Disable Overlay

The Steam, Discord, and Nvidia control panel offer overlay features, disable them and then play the game.

If you have also installed MSI Afterburner coupled with Riva Tuner Statistics Server (RTSS). They can go into RTSS to Configure and turn the detection level off.

3. Leave the Chat

To give leverage to the mouse, you can open the chat by pressing Enter, and then similarly you can close it using Backspace.

4. Use Borderless Screen

If you are using multiple screens then it is recommended to enable the Borderless screen option in video settings. You then have to simply drag the cursor and this fix might help you to mitigate the Darktide mouse cursor stuck on the screen.

5. Adjust Screen Resolution

Players reported that adjusting the screen resolution prevents the mouse from getting frozen or stuck on the screen. So you can switch from full screen to windowed mode and then set it back to your previous settings.