The best Warzone graphics settings for FPS will give you a huge advantage in multiplayer, especially when they increase your visibility and performance.
FPS drops are a PC player’s worst nightmare, especially on fast-paced shooters like Warzone. Even with a high-spec computer, players often experience performance issues on Call of Duty titles. There’s nothing more frustrating than losing a gunfight over a drop in frames and having to head to the Gulag.
Luckily, running the optimal settings can often alleviate any issues and have your game running smoothly after a few changes. With the arrival of Warzone Pacific Season 1, maximizing your FPS on PC is more vital than ever.
For starters, it’s key you have the latest graphics card driver installed on your PC. This is a tip that’s mentioned over and over again, but you’d be surprised how much of a difference updating your drivers can have.
Whether your PC has an AMD or NVIDIA card, it’s relatively easy to make sure everything is up to date. To do this, follow these steps:
Updating your AMD driver
- Right-click on your desktop.
- Select ‘AMD Radeon Settings‘.
- From here, click ‘Home‘.
- At the bottom left, you’ll see ‘New Updates‘. Click that.
- Select the ‘check for update‘ option.
- Continue to follow the information displayed on your screen to download the update.
Updating your NVIDIA driver
- Open GeForce Experience. If you don’t have it installed, you can download it very easily here.
- At the top left of the application, click the ‘Drivers‘ button.
- Towards the top right of the tab, you’ll see ‘Check for Updates‘. Click that.
- You may also see that a driver is already listed for download. If that’s the case, click ‘Express Installation‘.
- A window will probably pop up asking if you’d like to proceed. Click ‘Allow‘.
- The update will now install, and you’re ready to go!
The must-have DLSS setting finally made its way into Warzone with the release of Season 3 Reloaded. If you own an NVIDIA RTX graphics card, you can get some of the best performance out of your game to help land those kills.
With DLSS, ‘Ultra Performance’ is your go-to choice if you want to sacrifice as much visual fidelity as possible for those boosts in-game stability.
Let’s check out what in-game settings you should be running in Warzone to maximize your FPS:
|Dismemberment & Gore Effects||Disabled|
|Display Mode||Full Screen|
|Screen Refresh Rate||Set this to your personal monitor’s refresh rate|
|Render Resolution||100% – reducing this will further reduce your resolution below 1080p|
|Custom Framerate Limit||Custom – set this to the same number as your monitor’s refresh rate.|
|NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency||Enabled + Boost|
|Details & Textures|
|Texture Filter Anisotropic||Low|
|On-demand Texture Streaming||Disabled|
|Shadow & Lighting||Best Setting|
|Shadow Map Resolution||Low|
|Cache Spot Shadows||Enabled|
|Cache Sun Shadows||Enabled|
|Screen Space Reflection (SSR)||Disabled|
|Post Processing Effects|
|Depth of Field||Disabled|
|World Motion Blur||Disabled|
|Weapon Motion Blur||Disabled|
Using all of these listed above will help alleviate any drops in frames, and your game will run as smooth as butter.
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Of course, the Caldera landscape will certainly not look as pretty as it did before, but a consistent framerate is guaranteed to improve your gameplay experience.
There you have it, that’s all of the best Warzone settings for better FPS on PC.
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