Call Of Duty Warzone Pacific: Guide To The Best Graphics Settings For Pc

Playing Call of Duty Warzone in the best way possible means maximizing the framerate, even at the cost of giving up graphic detail. The fluidity is in fact appreciated everywhere, but in a competitive dimension like that of the battle royale of Activision acquires a particular importance: here are the best graphic options on PC.

The goal is to reach at least 60FPS, even on PC with video cards with already a few years on the shoulders. In this case, as we said, sacrificing the graphic detail is fundamental to reach the goal set: you will surely perceive another type of visual rendering, but your gameplay experience will benefit abundantly. In this case, here is a system of parameters to be modified:

Video mode: full screen

Display Monitor: Your Monitor

Video adapter: your video card

Frequency add. screen: the one allowed by your monitor (60hz/144hz)

Graphic rendering resolution: 100

Image proportions: automatic

Sync each frame (vertical synchronization): no

Custom Framerate Limit: 60

NVIDIA Highlights: no

Low latency NVIDIA reflex: activated+boost

Here are the changes to make to the textures and graphic details:

streaming quality: low

Texture resolution: low

Anisotropic texture filter: low

Particle quality: low

Bullet and spray impact: disabled

Taxing: no

Streaming texture On-demand: no

Shadow mapping resolution: low

Light-point shadow cache: yes

Cache shadows solar rays: yes

Particle lighting: low

Ray tracing DirectX: no

Environmental occlusion: no

Screen space reflection (SSR): no

Finally, for post-processing effects, keep NVIDIA DLSS performance mode, in case you use an NVIDIA card, which on high-end PC is recommended to activate on ‘balanced’. The rest of the settings must be disabled and set to 0 when necessary. This last point also applies to high-level hardware, whose main recommended settings are:

Video mode: full screen

Display Monitor: Your Monitor

Video adapter: your video card

Frequency add. screen: the one allowed by your monitor (60hz/144hz)

Graphic rendering resolution: 100

Image proportions: automatic

Sync each frame (vertical synchronization): no

Custom Framer Limit: Unlimited

NVIDIA Highlights: no

Low latency NVIDIA reflex: activated+boost

As regards graphic rendering and lighting:

streaming quality: high

Texture resolution: high

Anisotropic texture filter: low

Particle quality: high

Impact of bullets and sprays: active

Taxing: no

Streaming texture On-demand: no

Shadow mapping resolution: high

Light-point shadow cache: yes

Cache shadows solar rays: yes

Particle lighting: high

Ray tracing DirectX: no

Environmental occlusion: no

Screen space reflection (SSR): no

Finally, let’s see which NVIDIA filters are most used by Warzone players, which can be activated via GeForce Experience (Alt+Z).

Sharpness: 33%

Clarity: 57%

HDR hue: 31%

Blooming: 0%

Hue color: 0%

Hue intensity: 0%

Temperature: 0

Brightness: 56.8

Exposure: 0%

Contrast: 9%

Lights: 0%

Shadows: -40%

Range: 0%

Speaking of Warzone, here’s our special on the new Caldera map of COD Warzone. While for other tips, take a look at the best landing points on Caldera in Call of Duty Warzone.

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