Last Updated on May 16, 2020 by Priyam Raj.
Graphics Settings are always a user Preference but in Multiplayer Games like Fortnite, it may affect a Lot of Gameplay. A Small Change in the Graphics could make the game look a lot different.
The settings I’m showing you today are actually used by Pro Players like Tfue and Ninja.
Best Graphics Settings
Textures is the only setting that is as per the user, but I’ll say keep it on Medium if you use GPUs like GTX 1050 ti or even lower if using a GTX 1030. But if you’re using something like a RTX then you can just keep it on Epic.
Although the game looks absolutely beautiful on the Max settings but of course, that’s not what you want (unless playing Save the World), right? Here are the Settings you should consider if you’d like to have the highest advantage possible:
Textures: Mentioned above about this
Effects: Keep it on low to Focus on Moving Players, but you can keep it on Medium for a bit more Animations.
View Distance: Always Keep them on Epic as you will always want to be able to see as far as Possible, mostly in Sniping.
Shadows: Keep them OFF. You don’t want Dark Shadows to Interfere your 1v1s in Wailing Woods.
Anti Aliasing: Keep it as same as Textures so the Game doesn’t look over-smooth or over-sharp.
I keep my FPS locked on 60 FPS because my Monitor Support up to 60 Hertz only. You can increase it if your Monitor does support more frames per second.