JGOD reveals Warzone graphics settings to make game look good & maintain FPS

Jaret Kappelman
Activision / LG

Warzone Pacific has many people struggling to find the perfect graphics settings. Fear no more, as JGOD has come through with a complete guide to make Caldera look good and run high FPS.

The new era of Warzone has been filled with lots of graphics issues, especially on consoles.

However, JGOD breaks down all of his settings and shows what is and isn’t essential to make the game run smoothly.

Here’s a full rundown of JGOD’s in-game video settings to run high FPS at a good quality.

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In his YouTube video, the Warzone master himself goes through all the essential settings for Caldera.

Here are the key settings he highlighted that impact the way the game looks and runs:

  • Fullscreen: On
  • Refresh Rate: Monitor Max
  • Render Resolution: Match monitor setting
  • Framerate Limit: Cap at refresh rate max
  • ADS Field of View: Affected
  • Texture Resolution: Low
  • Texture Filter Anisotropic: Normal
  • Particle Quality: High
  • Bullets Impacts & Sprays: On
  • On-demand Texture Streaming: Disabled
  • NVIDIA DLSS: Disabled
  • Anti-Aliasing: Off
  • World Motion Blur: Off
  • Weapon Motion Blur: Off
  • Shadow Map Resolution: Low
  • Cache Spot Shadows: Enabled
  • Cache Sun Shadows: Enabled

These are essential for making sure your game runs at a solid FPS. For making the game look better to the eyes, he recommends testing out the different colorblind filters Warzone offers and picking one that suits you.

He also talks about using the NVIDIA Filters to help make your game look even cleaner and still run at a great FPS.

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JGOD shows how to get good graphics on Warzone and not drop frames.

Here are his NVIDIA settings:

  • Sharpen: 33%
  • Clarity: 57%
  • HDR Toning: 25%
  • Bloom: 0%
  • Tint Color: 0%
  • Tint Intensity: 0%
  • Temperature: 0
  • Vibrance: 56.8
  • Exposure: 0%
  • Contrast: 9%
  • Highlights: 0%
  • Shadows: -40%
  • Gamma: 0%

These will increase the quality of the textures in-game and will not cause your FPS to drop.

If you give these settings a try and they don’t work out for you then make sure to check out our best Warzone Season 1 video settings guide.