PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Graphics Settings Guide and PC Performance Tips | PUBG PC Gaming


PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds graphic settings have became more important over time. Combined with the PUBG’s performance issues, there are actually ways for you to gain an advantage in terms of competitive play by simply making a few changes in the menu.

When it comes to giving you the best FPS depending on your gear, there are must things to do in order to make everything work together. Your window mode should be always fullscreen. Though you can choose the fullscreen mode with the windowed option. This will give you the best FPS possible as your graphics card mainly focuses on one thing. Display resolution plays a fatal role, not only for the FPS but for getting the best quality graphics possible. You must choose the same resolution in-game same as your actual display resolution. To know what your monitor resolution, right click on your desktop,click display settings and you should see the pannel where you can adjust your resolution. Always pick the recommended option and apply the same onto PUBG in-game settings. When it comes to more advanced options, you can pretty much choose what you want and customize graphics settings around that. We included some of the best options for you to get the best FPS and graphics possible at the same time.

Brightness: 55-75

Overall Quality: Custom

Anti-Aliasing: Very Low

V-Sync: Off

Motion Blur: Off

Screen Scale: 100

Camera FOV: 104

Post-Processing: Low/Very Low

Shadows: Very Low

Textures: Medium to Ultra

Effects: Very Low

Foliage: Very Low

View Distance: Medium/Ultra

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