Having the best FPS settings in Valorant can potentially unleash the game’s capabilities in terms of the graphics and visuals aspect. But it not just provides the best gaming experience inclined with the mentioned categories, but it can also bring out the best in players to make their way to victory, beating their opponents utilizing the right FPS settings.
So, without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about the best FPS settings in Valorant, and how you can change them.
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Best FPS Settings in Valorant
The best FPS settings in Valorant still depend on the player’s preference on how he or she would want to play the game. But if we’re talking about the best recommended FPS settings for the game, Metabomb has listed those, and it goes like this:
- Display Mode: Fullscreen
- Resolution: Select your Native resolution.
- Frame Rate Limit: Unlimited
- Material Quality: High/Medium
- Texture Quality: High/Medium
- Detail Quality: High
- UI Quality: Low
- Vignette: Off
- VSync: Off
- Anti-Aliasing: MSAA 4x/2x
- Anisotropic Filtering: 8x/4x
- Improve Clarity: Off
- Bloom: Off
- Distortion: Off
- First Person Shadows: Off
These settings should be the best generally and could be considered as the best FPS settings combination that works for most players out there. But still, it will always depend on how you would want your game to look regarding the FPS aspect of it.
How to Change the FPS Settings in Valorant
For you to change the FPS settings in Valorant, just head to the Settings menu and choose the Video tab on the top right. You’ll see all the FPS settings the game has, except for Display Mode, Resolution, and Frame Rate Limit which can be found in the General tab.
For more Valorant, check out our guide on how to change field of view settings and mouse sensitivity settings. The more optimised your settings are for you and your gameplay, the quicker you will get better at Valorant and secure wins.
This article was updated on 21st December 2021 by Kelsey Raynor.