Call of Duty Warzone Settings for Best Performance and Gameplay

Call of Duty Warzone Recently Launched and many players have started shifting from other battle royales to Call of duty Warzone. So to help the new players fix the lag issue in Call of duty Warzone here is a special settings guide for Call of duty warzone. Unlike most battle royale games Call of duty warzone has pretty good performance optimization. However, there are certain settings that can give you an added in-game advantage when playing the game. So without further ado here are the best settings for Call of duty Warzone.

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Call of Duty Warzone Settings

call of duty warzone settings

Display Mode: Fullscreen

For Call of Duty Warzone, The Display should be set to fullscreen for best performance. You will notice a much smoother and immersive experience in the game as well. So always go for a full-screen setting.

Display Monitor: Default

This setting is self-explanatory. Choose your default monitor.

Display Adapter: Your graphics card

This setting is self-explanatory. Choose your main graphics card. In case you cannot find your graphics card then check if you have updated drivers or not. The latest drivers are needed for the Call of duty warzone game.

Screen Refresh Rate: Max

Higher the screen refresh rate, the faster and accurate your gameplay will be. Compared to 60 Hz, 144hz and 240hz have more in-game advantage. So go for the highest refresh rate.

Render Resolution: 100 or higher

This setting affects gameplay and graphics quality quite a lot. Always go with 100 or higher. 100 is the best. If you think your system can take the load, you can try higher settings.

Aspect Ratio: auto

Go with the default aspect ratio. The game is optimized to detect the default aspect ratio. If not, you will have to manually select your monitor aspect ratio.

Sync Every Frame: Disabled

This is the v-sync option that is that the second your FPS (frames per second) drops below your monitor’s refresh rate, your FPS will be directly reduced to half, and your game will lag. For an online game, lag is a big no-no.

Custom Framerate limit: Same as refresh rate or unlimited

Higher the FPS smoother the gameplay. If you have a low FPS, your game will lag. So for most devices, it is recommended to get at least 60 fps to play the game. 144 is recommended if you want to play competitively.

Nvidia Highlights: Disable

This feature is only useful for YouTubers and streamers. They have good systems so their systems can take the extra load. I don’t recommend this for regular gamers.

call of duty warzone settings

Texture Resolution: Medium or High

This is the main graphics setting for the Call of duty warzone game. Go with medium or high to get the best gaming experience. For most systems, I recommend medium. You can go with high if you have one of the newer graphics cards.

Texture filter Anisotropic: Medium or High

This is the second main graphics setting for the Call of duty warzone game. Go with medium or high to get the best gaming experience and graphics quality. For most systems, I recommend medium.

Particle Quality: High

The game looks much better, especially when it comes to smoke and other particles. You can see much clearer and thus gain an in-game advantage while fighting.

Bullet Impacts and sprays: Enabled

This can help you locate and understand enemy positions. This is a must for those who do not have high-end systems. They will have difficulty spotting snipers anyway. With the bullet mark, you can know where the shot came from.

Tessellation: Disabled

Unnecessary light effects. You can disable this setting without any issues to get some extra performance boost and FPS gain.

Shadow Map Resolution: low

This setting helps you fix the shadow quality. Although shadows give you an added advantage in-game sometimes. The cost is too high. If you have a 6GB graphics card or higher, then you can go with the high settings. Otherwise, stick with low.

Cache Spot Shadows: Enabled

It helps speed up the shadow rendering. Always turn this on. The faster the rendering, the better and smoother gameplay will be for you to enjoy.

Cache sun shadows: Enabled

Same as above. Turn it off. Will help speed up rendering.

Particle Lighting: low

Particle Lighting deals with the light effects in the game. I recommend setting it to low so you can spot players better. We get a minor advantage in-game when the setting is low.

Ray Tracing: Off/Disabled

Unless you a graphics card from the RTX series you might as well forget about this option. There is no advantage as such. The game does look a little better. But not enough to buy a new RTX just for this effect.

Ambient Occlusion: Disabled

Unnecessary graphics effects that are hardly noticed. So turn it off and get some performance and fps gain.

Screen Space Reflection: Disabled

Same as above. Disable it.

call of duty warzone settings

Anti Aliasing: off or SMAA 1x

Anti Aliasing does make the game look good. But the cost is high in terms of graphics memory and resource consumption. If you think your device can handle it, by all means, go for it. For most gamers, I recommend setting it to off or set it to SMAA 1X. As long as you have a high resolution, you will not get blurry textures. If you are getting blurry textures, then set it to SMAA t2x.

Depth of field: Disable

Unnecessary graphics effects that are hardly noticed. So turn it off and get some performance and fps gain.

Filmic Strength: Default

Gives a slight filmy look to the game. It’s your personal preference. You can set it to 1 if you want the best performance.

World Motion Blur: Disabled

Why do you want motion blur and extra graphics effects that consume graphics memory and resources with no in-game advantage?

Turn it off and boost your FPS and Performance in Call of duty warzone

Weapon Motion Blur: Disabled

Same as above. Turn it off.

Film Grain: 0.00

This gives a filmy look to call of duty warzone. Not required and frankly gives a lot of FPS gain when disabled. Turn it off and enjoy crystal clear gameplay like your use too. Film grain has no advantage in games.

Now apply the warzone settings and restart the game.

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That’s all folks. I hope you liked this guide on Call of duty warzone settings to fix the lag issues. If you have any questions, do tell us in the comment section below.  Do share and subscribe to the notifications to get daily updates. Make sure to download and play Call of duty warzone.

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