If you are having trouble with running the game, this article is the right fit for you. Ever since Fortnite became the most popular game in the world, it reached as many audiences as possible. Even though Fortnite graphics are a bit cartoony and doesn’t require a high-end PC to play, some low-end PC’s might experience performance issues. Even in all low settings, some may experience FPS drops which is the last thing you want in a fastpaced shooting game like Fortnite. We will explain the best settings to improve FPS and game performance overall.
- Launch Fortnite and head over to the Settings.
- We highly recommend that you set Windows Mode to Fullscreen.
- Set Frame Rate to Unlimited.
- Set the Resolution according to your monitor. The game might either recommend one option or there could be a line says native.
- Set Shadows to Off,
- Anti-aliasing to Off
- Vysnc to Off
- Motion Blur to Off.
- Set Effects and Texture to Low. You can adjust this to Medium if you get more FPS than you need.
These settings should give you at least a 15% boost in FPS if your settings set just like stated above. But we still have some solutions if you are an Nvidia graphics card owner. To get more FPS we need to adjust some settings in the Nvidia Control Panel.
- Rick click Desktop and open up Nvidia Control Panel
- Navigate to Manage 3D Settings option in the menu left.
- Click on Program Settings and find Fortnite, if you can’t just click Add and done.
- Now, from the list below, we need to make some adjustments. The settings we are about to make will only apply to Fortnite but you can do the same to pretty much any other game if you are having troubles in frame rates.
- Set Maximum pre-rendered frames to 1
- Set your Power Management Mode to Prefer Maximum Performance
- Set Preferred Refresh Rate to Highest Available
- Set Texture filtering – Quality to Performance
- Disable Vertical Sync( This is a must if you miss it this guide might not work well.
- Enable Threaded Optimization
Apply the changes and we are pretty much done. If you are able to both of the adjustments right, you should get over a 40% FPS boost realistically. You can comment down below if things worked out or not. Enjoy!