League of Legends: How To Increase FPS

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One of the most important factors in video games today is the FPS or framerate per second which signifies how well a game is performing based on the projected visual aspect.

Of course, video games heavily rely on how they show up on the screens of the different devices or platforms available. And in Riot Games’ League of Legends (LOL), increasing the FPS is possible. You just have to take note of some steps in order for you to do so.


Keep reading to know more about how to increase FPS in League of Legends.

Increase FPS In League of Legends In The Game Client

There are two ways in which you can increase the FPS in League of Legends.

The first one is through the game client. Once you have launched it, click the Options tab located at the top right part of the screen.


Then click General which will show you two options, namely the ‘Enable Low Spec Mode’ and ‘Close client during game.’ Check both options to enable those.

After the General option, proceed by clicking the Interface and turn off the ‘Enable HUD Animations’ option.

Increase FPS In League of Legends By Using The In-Game Settings

The second way you may increase the FPS in LOL is by using the in-game settings.

If you are now inside the game client, select the Play option at the top left part of the screen. Or if you are already inside a game, press the Esc key to do so, and it will show you the different settings you need to adjust to increasing your game’s FPS.

Set your resolution to your native one, primarily in 720p. Then set your screen into a full one or borderless. Turn on the ‘Hide eye candy’, and at the same time turn off the ‘Enable screen shake.’

Use custom graphics to set the Character, Environmental, and Effects Quality to low. For the shadows, you may choose either off or low, and turn off character inking.


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