Developed and published by EA, Madden NFL 22 is the latest installment in the Madden NFL video game series. The titles in the Madden NFL video game series are based on National Football League (American football). It was released on 17 August 2021 for PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Google Stadia, and Microsoft Windows. Out of all these platforms, all the players who play it on Windows, face many issues like low FPS or input lag. Therefore, in this article, we have shared a bunch of the best settings that will help you get high FPS and reduce input lag in Madden NFL 22. Here is everything you need to know about this topic:
Madden NFL 22 High FPS Settings
To get the high FPS in Madden NFL 22, we will be changing some Windows settings as well as some in-game settings. Here is a list of every setting that you must change.
- Game Mode: Turn it on. To find this setting, follow this path: Type Game Mode in Windows Search Bar > Select it > Enable it
- Xbox Game Bar: Turn it off. Find this setting right below the game mode.
- Captures: Turn it off. Find it just below the Xbox Game Bar setting. It is the inbuilt video recording software in Windows and can eat a bunch of FPS.
- Set your Power Option to High-Performance mode: This setting is highly recommended for the players who use Laptops for gaming. For doing this, follow these steps:
- Type “Power and Sleep settings” in the Windows Search Bar and then select it.
- Now, choose the Advanced Power Options.
- Here, set your PC’s performance to High-performance from Power Saver or Balanced mode to maximize your PC’s performance.
- Enable Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling: You can find this option in the graphics settings. Follow this path for finding the same: Type Graphics Settings in Windows Search Bar > Select it > Enable Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling.
- Update Graphics Driver: It is very important to keep your graphics drivers updated to the latest version to boost overall FPS. Head to the respective links to jump to the official website of your GPU.
So, after applying all these settings in Windows, it’s time to change some in-game settings.
Graphics Settings [Select Settings from the main menu and choose Graphics]
- Fullscreen Resolution: Native resolution of your monitor
- Window Mode: Fullscreen
- Anti-aliasing: FXAA
- Frame Rate: No Limit on FPS or set it to 60 FPS
- High Dynamic Range[HDR]: Off
- VSync: Off/On according to your preference
- Triple Buffering: Off/ ON according to your Vsync setting.
- DirectX Version: 12.0 for medium-end PCs and 11.0 for low end PCs
- Rendering Quality: Custom
- 3D Grass: On
- Bloom: Off
- SSAO: Off
- Depth Fog: Off
- Lens Flares: Off
- Mesh Quality: Medium
- Shadow Quality: Medium/ Low for low-end PCs
- Crowd Quality: Medium/ Low for low-end PCs
So, this was everything about getting high FPS and reducing input lag in Madden NFL 22 game on PC. If you found this article helpful, share it with your friends.