If you are facing issues with playing Fortnite on your computer, then this guide on BluePortal.org will surely help you improve the performance and gameplay on your device.
Battle royale games such as Epic Games’ Fortnite are probably the most popular. Its addictive gameplay, arcade aesthetic, and competitive esports scene have made it a hit on both young and old audiences alike – even rivaling esports titles like CS: GO and DOTA 2.
Getting Fortnite running at optimal levels is absolutely essential for budding gamers who want to get their hands on esport+s’ increasingly lucrative pie. There is a lot at stake in this game. You could literally win or lose in Fortnite by boosting your FPS.
Because of this, we decided to make a PC guide for Fortnite tips. Our guide will show you how to boost your in-game FPS to help take your performance to the next level
You need to lower the graphics settings in order to have smoother gameplay in Fortnite.
In particular, low-end computers can benefit from this tip. Regardless of whether your PC exceeds Fortnite’s minimum system requirements, you can still use this method and see if it improves your frame rate (fps).
Follow the steps and instructions provided below:
Play Fortnite. In the top right corner, click on the MAIN MENU icon to access the menu.
From the main menu, choose the gear icon.
In the VIDEO SETTINGS, The following tweaks can be made to your game’s video settings:
- Set Effects to low
- Set Anti-Aliasing to off
- Turn off Motion Blur
- Set Shadows to off
- Set Window Mode to Fullscreen
- Set Frame Rate Limit to Unlimited
- Turn off Vsync
- Turn on Show FPS (optional)
- Set Display Resolution to that of your computer screen
- Set View Distance to far or epic (optional)
- Set Quality to low or medium
- Set Post Processing to low
- Set Textures to low
You can use the above settings as a guide. The in-game settings can be adjusted based on the performance and preferences of your PC.
Check the Minimum System Requirements
These are the minimum system requirements required to run Fortnite.
- OS – Windows 7, 8, or Windows 10 64-bit
- GPU: Intel HD 4000 (integrated graphics)
- CPU: Core i3 2.4GHz
- HDD: 16GB Free Space
- DirectX: Version 11 or better
- RAM – 4GB RAM
Make sure you have at least these specifications or better.
Some Settings on Windows
Turn ON Gaming Mode
The next step is very simple, just enter “Game Mode” into the Windows search field at the bottom right of the screen. From the popup menu, select “Game Mode Settings”. The Game Mode button is now visible. Select “On” to optimize your PC’s performance for gaming.
Turn on High Performance Mode
Press the Windows logo key and R simultaneously on your keyboard to open the Run dialog box. After typing the control panel, hit Enter.
Then select Large icons from the View by menu. On the following list, locate Power Options and click on it.
Select High performance from the Choose or customize power plans section below.
Tech Savy | Love Gaming & Writer @ BluePortal.Org