Season 5 of Warzone is in full swing and as always, PC players are looking to gain every possible advantage over the opposition through the settings they're using while roaming the streets of Verdansk.
FPS, or frames per second, is so key for games such as Warzone because they are essentially in-game reaction time. The more FPS, the quicker you can react to what you see on the screen and the quicker your decisions are reflected on screen.
Since Warzone was released, there are thoughts that the minimum specs may have changed. Thankfully, we've pulled together the best PC settings to get the best performance. Let's take a look:
Warzone Best PC Settings
To begin with, there are a few settings you'll want to turn down as soon as you launch the game these being; Motion blur, Film grain, Filmic strength, Depth of Field, Tessellation, Texture resolutions, Shadow map resolution and Cached shadows.
You'll want to make sure your render resolution is set to 100. This will make sure you get the clearest image possible without sacrificing precious frames.
For your graphics settings, you'll want to start with everything on low and work your way up to fund the settings that fit your system.
This may take some time, but this process will help you find the settings that are right for you. This can be particularly confusing when the "recommended" settings don't seem to favour your FPS.
Warzone Best Audio Settings
There is only one main audio setting that will drastically change the way Warzone sounds and feels.
We recommend you turn your "Audio Mix" settings to Boost High, as this will help increase the volume of informative sounds like footsteps, reloads and gunshots.