More and more players are switching to the PC version of Call of Duty as crossplay has established itself as the norm. It provides better images, faster frame rates, and a lot more customising choices.
You must use the optimum settings to get the greatest Call of Duty: Vanguard experience. No matter your hardware, these are the ideal PC settings for Vanguard in Season 4.
You may find the ideal mix between visuals and frame rate by using the right settings. No matter how powerful your hardware is, run these settings to get the most out of Vanguard on a PC.
For the best play, you simply need a slightly more powerful rig than you would if you were playing Warzone to meet the minimum requirements.
Call of Duty: Vanguard system requirements
The minimum and recommended system requirements for Call of Duty Vanguard are listed below. You simply need a slightly more powerful rig than you would if you were playing Warzone to meet the minimum requirements.
OS: Windows 10 64 Bit (1909 or later)
CPU: Intel Core i5-2500k or AMD Ryzen 5 1600X
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 2GB / GTX 1050Ti 4GB or AMD Radeon R9 380
HDD: 45GB HD Space
OS: Windows 10 64 Bit (Latest Service Pack)
CPU: Intel Core i7-4770k or AMD Ryzen 7 1800X
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB / GTX 1660 6GB or AMD Radeon RX Vega 56
HDD:45GB HD Space
How to update graphics drivers
You should make sure your graphics drivers are up to date before starting Vanguard on your PC to ensure your setup is operating at peak efficiency. Here is how you can update your graphics drivers.
How to update the NVIDIA graphics driver
If you have an NVIDIA graphics card, the GeForce experience app should help.
- Download GeForce experience through NVIDIA.com
- Open GeForce experience
- Select the ‘Drivers’ tab
- Click ‘check for updates in the upper right corner
- If an update is available, follow the steps
How to update the AMD graphics driver
If you have an AMD GPU, you may update your drivers using the Radeon Settings.
- Right-click on your desktop
- Select AMD Radeon Settings
- Click on the Home icon
- Click ‘New Updates’ on the bottom left
- Select ‘check for update’
- If an update is available, follow the steps
How to use NVIDIA DLSS in Vanguard Season 4
With NVIDIA RTX graphics cards, players can obtain a lot more frames at higher resolutions thanks to NVIDIA DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling). With DLSS, your game is set to a lower resolution, which improves performance while creating the impression of high quality.
DLSS is easily enabled in Vanguard because it is listed under the Post Processing Effects tab of the Quality Settings. DLSS can then be changed to Ultra Performance, Performance, Balanced, or Quality from this point.
While Quality keeps the outstanding image, Ultra Performance will give you the most frames but won’t be as aesthetically pleasing.
Best Vanguard graphics settings for low-end hardware
You should prioritise achieving at least a consistent 60 FPS if you are playing Call of Duty Vanguard at a setting between the minimum and recommended ones.
Vanguard still looks fantastic on low settings, and attaining a respectable frame rate will make your experience much smoother and more pleasurable.
If you’re utilising less expensive hardware, use these settings.
- Display Mode: Fullscreen
- Monitor: Your primary gaming monitor
- Refresh Rate: Your monitor’s refresh rate (e.g 144)
- Sync Every Frame (V-Sync): Off
- Framerate Limit: Custom
- Gameplay Custom Framerate Limit: Your monitor’s refresh rate (e.g 144)
- Menu Custom Framerate Limit: 60
- Minimized Game Custom Framerate Limit: 15
- NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency: Enabled
- Display Resolution: Your monitor’s resolution (e.g 1920×1080)
- Display Gamma: 2.2 (sRGB)
- Focused Mode: Off
- Focused Mode Opacity: 0
- Display Adapter: Your graphics card
- On-Demand Texture Streaming: Off
Make sure the framerate limit corresponds to the refresh rate of your monitor. You can notice screen tearing if your frame rate exceeds what your monitor can display.
- Render Resolution: 100
- VRAM Usage Target: 80%
Details and Textures
- Texture Resolution: Medium
- Texture Filter Anisotropic: Medium
- Particle Quality Level: Medium
- Particle Resolution: Low
- Bullet Impacts & Sprays: On
- Tesselation: Nearby Only
- Level of Detail: High
- Level of Detail Distance Quality: High
- Volumetric Quality Level: Low
Shadow and Lighting
- Shadow Map Resolution: High
- Sun Shadow Cascades: Medium
- Cache Spot Shadows: On
- Spot Cache Size: Medium
- Cache Sun Shadows: On
- Spot Shadow Quality: Low
- Particle Lighting: High
- Ambient Occlusion: Off
- GTAO: Medium
- Screen Space Reflection: Medium
Post Processing Effects
- Anti-Aliasing: SMAA T2X
- Filmic Strength: 0
These are the best PC settings for Call of Duty: Vanguard, we hope your play is optimised.
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