PUBG Competative Video Settings

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By Starskull on Aug 5, 2017 at 11:16 AM
  1. Starskull

    Starskull Administrator Staff Member

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    GiL presents to you our official video settings guide for Playerunknowns Battleground. We have checked around at what most websites and videos say to use. Then we tried and tested them. Then a new patch came out with new options. We tried and tested more and these are the best settings we could come up with.


    These setting will help you see your enemies easier and provide with you smooth and as high of FPS your computer can handle.

    SCREEN

    Screen Mode : Fullscreen (Windowed)
    Resolution : Monitor Resolution
    FpsCameraFov : 103 ( This widens the field of view)
    Equipments HUD : On (This shows you, the equipped helmet, vest, and backpack you have on you)
    Weapon Slot HUD : On (This shows you, the equipped weapons you have on you)

    QUALITY
    Screen Scale : 120
    Anti-Aliasing : Ultra (This makes everything smooth and easier for you to see)
    Post-Processing : Very Low
    Shadows : Very Low
    Texture : Medium or Very Low
    Effects : Very Low
    Foliage : Very Low (grass and trees look bad, but they get in the way with more detail)
    View Distance : Ultra (Some keep it at medium, but if you graphics card can handle it there is no reason not to have this set as high as it can go)
    Motion Blur : Off
    V-Sync : Off (My monitor is 144 and it would cap my frame rates and I don't get any screen tearing)

    STEAM
    Go in the launch options of PUBG and past this minus the quotes "-USEALLAVAILABLECORES-refresh 144-high-sm4-malloc=system-d3d10". Where it says "144" set that to your monitors refresh rate.
     
    Last edited: Aug 16, 2017

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