7 Easy Apex Legends Graphics Settings: Increase FPS

Apex Legends stunned many when it came out of nowhere a little more than a year ago. Taking complex action and polished shooting from the overlooked TitanFall series of Respawn, it soon soared to both commercial and critical acclaim. The Battle Royale title also had enough momentum to threaten Fortnite for a brief period, before falling behind a few months after the game.

You will achieve a real edge over the competition in the Apex Legends universe in the Apex Legends Settings menu. Of course, you need to refresh your tactical senses and try to appreciate which hero is better suited to you, but you’ll be much more likely to be on top of your pc runs this game with a smooth buttery frame rate.

To help those just starting (and those that need a short refresh), we’ve put together this guide to the best PC Apex Legends Graphics Settings.

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Apex Legends Graphics Settings: Increase FPS (2021)
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Use these settings if you have pc specifications close to this.

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • CPU: Intel i5 3570K or equivalent
  • GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 / AMD Radeon R9 290
  • GPU RAM: 8GB
  • RAM: 4GB or 6GB

Display Mode

This setting is a little important, but for the best experience Set to Full Screen to obtain the match the resolution of your monitor.


Choose Native but if you have a higher resolution, then don’t go higher than 1440p but in general 1920 x 1080 is the best resolution for you and your frames.

Field of View

This will not affect your game that much, but this setting usually affects your sensitivity you can experiment with it but for me and many people FOV:104 is best.


This is necessary, Disable V-sync! V-sync means you’re waiting for vertical sync, which means that the game won’t show a picture until it’s vertically synced. This could trigger a delay.


This is also important because this will help you to gain up to 5% fps but this is not worth it because this setting usually makes your graphics look like trash but for normal people who want good graphics with good fps then set this to TSAA.

Texture streaming budget

Obtain a balance of performance and visual fidelity with the medium setting. Feel free to up it to the raised setting if your PC supports it without losing frames but in general set to 3 to 4 GB VRAM.

Texture filtering

There’s debate as to whether the Anisotropic 2x or Bilinear filter setting is the right option, but a majority of people use the Anisotropic 2x

Ambient Occlusion Quality

This is also an important setting to change. It controls the quality of some of the shadows which are not good for aggressive play and also critical for performance. Set this to None. Going from High to None will make you an almost 5 to 10% increase in performance.

Sun shadow coverage

This setting will control the number of shadows from the sun. Set this to Low. We gained around a little boost in performance.

Sun shadow detail

This setting manages the contrast of shadows, much to the detriment of your CPU and GPU. Turn Low for best results.

Volumetric Lightning

Different lighting effect that combines realistic lighting effects to rendered areas. Turn this off.

Dynamic spot shadows

Dynamic Spot Shadows: Controls shadows from lights that can move. Disabling this caused no change in performance, though the specific view might influence it more, Set to Disabled.

Model detail

As the name says this setting will control the model detail, you can test yourself that what is best for you. Set this to Medium because keeping this medium is not going to affect your fps that much.

Effects detail

Controls the quality of visual effects like explosions. Limited effect on performance. Set Effects detail to Medium

Impact marks

Individual bullet holes don’t add to your capacity to know where a shooter is located. Keep this setting low for higher performance.


This setting controls the physics of dead body animations. Set to Low.

  1. Launch Apex Legends.
  2. Open the settings page via the gear icon on the bottom right corner.
  3. Click on the Video tab.
  4. Set Display Mode to Fullscreen.
  5. Set Resolution to your monitor’s native resolution.
  6. Set V-Sync to Disabled.
  7. Set Anti-aliasing to TSAA (disabling this setting is not deserving the 2-5% FPS increase, but if you are having stutter issue the you can turn off).
  8. Set Texture streaming budget to High.
  9. Set Texture filtering to Anisotropic 2X.
  10. Set Ambient occlusion quality to Low (this setting has a very big influence on performance).
  11. Set Sun shadow coverage to Low.
  12. Set Sun shadow detail to Low.
  13. Set Spot shadow detail to Low.
  14. Set Volumetric lighting to Disabled.
  15. Set Dynamic spot shadows to Disabled.
  16. Set Model detail to Medium.
  17. Set Effects detail to Medium.
  18. Set Impact marks to Low.
  19. Set Ragdolls to Low.

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Sujeet Kumar
Gamer, Enjoy Anime and Admin.

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