The game of Fortnite is pretty well optimized, but there are still many things you can do to increase the performance. In this article, we are going to share some ways to increase FPS in Fortnite. Just look at the text below to find out that information.
You need to optimize your own PC. If you have a laptop, then you can set the “Battery Mode” to “High Performance”. Besides, make sure you have the latest GPU drivers and you have updated your Windows to the latest version. By the way, do you have a GPU from NVIDIA? Please follow the guide below.
- Open the NVIDIA Control Panel and then navigate to Manage 3D Settings.
- After that, you can select the tab Program Settings and find Fortnite.
- Set Maximum pre-rendered frames to 1.
- Set Monitor Technology to G-SYNC (if applicable).
- Set Multi-Display or Mixed GPU Acceleration to Single display performance mode.
- Set Texture filtering – Quality to Performance.
- Now, you need to disable Vertical Sync.
- Please enable Threaded Optimization.
- Set Preferred Refresh Rate to Highest available.
- Then, apply the changes and navigate to Adjust desktop size and position.
- You have to check the checkbox Override the scaling mode set by games and programs and click on Apply.
- Next, ensure that you disable mouse acceleration if you want to improve your muscle memory and your aiming skills in general.
DISABLE WINDOWS UPDATE DELIVERY OPTIMIZATION
Now, it is time to disable Windows Update Delivery Optimization. Here are the steps:
- Firstly, you have to open the start menu, type Windows Update settings and then click on the search result for it.
- After that, you have to click on Advanced Options.
- Then, click on Delivery Optimization
- Please ensure that Allow downloads from other PCs is off.
OPTIMIZING GAME SETTINGS
- Please launch Fortnite and click on Battle Royale.
- Then, go to the Settings menu by clicking on the three lines and then the gear icon.
- Now, we recommend that you set Window Mode to Fullscreen.
- Please set the Frame Rate Limit to Unlimited
- Ensure 3D Resolution is 100.0%. It is better to just lower your Display Resolution above this setting than to adjust this setting.
- Set View Distance to Epic. You are able to lower this if you want extra performance. This setting does not affect players.
- Set Shadows to Off.
- Set Anti-Aliasing to Off.
- Set Textures to Medium. In this step, if you have good FPS, so you are able to increase this setting and vice versa.
- Set Effects to Low.
- Set Post Processing to Low.
- Set Vsync to Off.
- Set Motion Blur to Off.
- The last, you can save the settings and exit Fortnite.
If you happen to use Discord, then make sure that you optimize it as well to boost your FPS in all games while Discord is running.
- Please open Discord and then go to the User Settings page.
- After that, you are able to open the Appearance tab and uncheck Hardware Acceleration.