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How to increase visibility in Apex Legends: Best settings guide

Published: 18/May/2021 11:02 Updated: 17/Jun/2021 11:25

by James Busby

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Apex Legends Legend is pretty good for the most part, but there are times where players can go unnoticed. Here’s how you can counter that and improve visibility when playing.

Having good visibility settings in Apex Legends is incredibly important, especially if you wish to avoid any frustrating deaths. Whether you want to increase your kill count or get better at counter sniping, you’ll need to adjust your game’s graphics settings. While Apex’s maps may be bright and vibrant, there are times when spotting enemy squads and players can be particularly tricky. 

After all, there are plenty of places for Legends to hide out of sight. These best Apex Legends visibility settings may not increase your KDA overnight, but they will help give you the best possible chances of securing those all-important kills. If you’re tired of being eliminated from out of nowhere, then you’ll definitely want to give these settings a try. 

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Best Apex Legends settings to increase visibility

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Being able to see players no matter the situation is always beneficial in Apex.

While console players don’t have the luxury of being able to tweak their graphics settings, if you’re playing Apex Legends on PC, then you’re in luck. Not only will turning down the game’s visuals help improve performance, but it will also help you spot enemy players on the map.

Here are the best visibility settings you should be using in Apex Legends:

Display settings

  • Display Mode: Full Screen
  • Aspect ratio: Native
  • Resolution: Native
  • Brightness: 80% (Adaptive based on screen brightness)
  • FoV: 90
  • Sprint View Shake: Minimal 
  • V-Sync: Disabled
  • NVidia Reflex: Enabled + Boost
  • Adaptive Resolution FPS Target: 0
  • Adaptive Supersampling: Disabled
  • Anti-aliasing: TSAA
  • Texture Streaming Budget: Increase based on VRAM availability
  • Texture Filtering: Bilinear 
  • Ambient Occlusion: Disabled
  • Volumetric Lighting: Disabled
  • Dynamic Spot Shadows: Disabled 
  • Model Detail: High 
  • Effects Details: Low
  • Impact Marks: Disabled
  • Ragdolls: Low

Of course, these settings won’t always be for everyone, so don’t be afraid to experiment with them and try out what works best for you. So, there you have it, a quick way you can increase your visibility in Apex Legends.

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