V Rising is a survival game where you awaken as a weakened vampire after centuries of slumber. You have to raid the nearby villages, plunder them and drink blood from humans to regain your power and rebuild your empire. It is a game with a very simple premise with a lot of players happy with how the mechanics of the game work and how the game feels to play. However, there are obvious optimization issues that despite the game not being graphically demanding are making it nearly impossible to play on higher settings at stable frame rates. In this article, we are going to be taking a look at Best V Rising Settings for High FPS & no input lag.
Settings while playing a game if not set to the strengths of your PC and GPU will make it very difficult to play at stable frames. In case you are getting little to no frame drops while playing the game, then this guide is likely not for you. If you are experiencing lag and massive frame drops when in the game, then read on to better understand what settings make this game playable and how to best optimize it for your system.
Best V Rising Settings for High FPS & no input lag.
As of right now, the game is in early access so it is common to experience optimization issues. In order to improve your framerate and get stable frames, follow the steps below.
1) When you are in the in-game Display settings/Graphical settings, start by changing the windowed mode and the resolution of the game.
2) The resolution of the game must be the same as the resolution of the monitor for the best results.
3) Make sure the game is running on Fullscreen Borderless or Fullscreen mode as this will improve performance significantly.
4) Under Quality settings, Ambient Occlusion must be set to medium or lower,
5) Bloom must be set to off, and Shadows also must be off.
6) Volumetrics must be set to low.
7) Under Advanced Graphical Settings, Anti Aliasing must be at FXAA or off depending on your system’s capacity.
8) VSync and Motion blur should both be off (for all games please, we don’t need those settings)
9) DoF, Atmosphere, Vegetation, and Cloth quality should be set to medium or lower depending on your system specifications.
After all these changes, you should be getting much higher overall FPS and there should be fewer drops in the FPS as well. In case there are any issues, tweak some of the settings to find out what suits you best and use those settings.
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