How to increase FPS in Call of Duty: Warzone?

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How to increase FPS in Call of Duty: Warzone?, FPS plays a big role in any competitive game, almost 60-65% of your game experience depends on how good your FPS is, here is a quick guide on How to boost FPS in newly released Warzone.

Warzone is the first-ever free-to-play title from Call of Duty franchise and
it has been a huge success for the franchise because of its unique weapons
and features like Gulag.

However, the one thing that is common in this title is FPS issue, the game size
is very big which a lot of Low spec PCs can not handle, and if you have a very
low spec PC then, you should upgrade a little bit to play this game.

Moving on for those who have a decent PC can try out these methods listed
below to increase FPS in Warzone.

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What is the cause of Low FPS in Warzone?

First of all the game is a demanding game on PC with a download size of over
80 GB which is not possible for many low spec PC games to handle, but if
you have a decent PC you can still get 100+ FPS, but you need to compromise
and sacrifice some visual details of the game.

How to increase FPS in Call of Duty: Warzone?

To boost FPS there are two settings which we will play around, the first one is
Windows settings and the other is game settings.

Starting with windows settings, you will need to change two settings on your
Windows 10 to get the maximum performance out of it.

To optimize Windows 10 follow these steps:

  1. Press Windows key + I to open up System settings
  2. In the search bar type “Performance
  3. From the Dropdown menu select “Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows
  4. Now, a popup window will open
  5. In the Visual settings first, select “Adjust for best performance“, it will untick all the options, then, manually tick “Smooth edges of screen fonts” & “Show thumbnails instead of icons

Next go to Power Options and then, Change it to “High Performance” and you are good to go.

Optimizing CoD: Warzone to boost FPS

Just set the settings in CoD Warzone to as follows:

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  • Display Mode – Fullscreen
  • Display Adapter – Use your GPU.
  • Screen Refresh Rate – Matching your monitor’s refresh rate.
  • Render Resolution – 100. Going up from this will increase the load on your CPU, even downscaling causes graphical issues.
  • Aspect Ratio – Your screen’s native ratio.
  • V-Sync –
  • Frame Rate Limit – Unlimited
  • Nvidia Highlights – Disabled

These settings will boost up your FPS and you will have a smooth experience while playing the game.

Changing Graphics Settings

You will need to sacrifice a little bit on Graphics to get the max FPS possible, just copy the settings below and you are good to go.

  • Textures – Low.
  • Texture Filter Anisotropic – Low
  • Particle Quality – Low
  • Tessellation – Low
  • Shadow Map Resolution – Low
  • Cache Spot Shadows – Disabled
  • Cache Sun Shadows – Disabled
  • Particle Lighting – Low
  • DirectX Raytracing – Disabled
  • Ambient Occlusion – Disabled
  • SSR – Disabled

Changing Post-Processing Effects

These settings must be turned off because they eat a big chunk of Warzone FPS and make it look choppy, these are some unnecessary settings for low-end PCs.

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  • Anti-Aliasing – Off
  • Depth of Field – Disabled
  • Filmic Strength – 1
  • World Motion Blur – Disabled
  • Weapon Motion Blur – Disabled
  • Filmic Strain – Off

These settings will turn your minimum FPS of 30-40 to max fps of 100+ and you will experience smooth gameplay, there are many videos on YouTube that goes in much deeper optimization but they comes at a risk and we would not allow that, but in case the above-mentioned settings are not helping you, then you should definitely give them a try. These settings have helped a lot of people in increasing FPS in Call of Duty: Warzone.

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