Nowadays, newer games come with a lot of Graphic variables that help you achieve a smooth butter-like performance. Because first-person shooter games like these need 100FPS + and with so many options to consider, you might find it difficult to find the sweet spot. So in this article, I will be listing down the best Graphics Settings to Fix Ready or Not Stuttering and FPS Drops in Ready or Not. The settings are already tried and tested to work perfectly on lower-end hardware and will help you solve any low performance, lag or stuttering issues in the game.
Best Graphics Settings to fix Ready or Not Stuttering and FPS Drops
Here is our suggested list of Graphics Settings and some quick little fixes for Ready or Not Stuttering and FPS Drop issues.
Simple Graphics Settings
|Select Graphic Preset
|Field of View
Advanced Graphics Settings
|Post Processing Quality
|World Decals Enabled
|World Decal Fade Distance
|Optiwand FPS Limit
|Optiwand Resolution Scale
|Nvidia Reflex Low Latency
|Enabled + Boost
The Nvidia DLSS Setting that we have suggested will give you a boost in performance but will degrade the quality a bit. To be honest you should always set this option to either Quality or Performance because the Ultra Performance option makes the screen look blurry and distorted in my opinion. You can also limit your FPS using the AMD or Nvidia Control Panel as it is not at all advisable to limit the frame rate in-game as it causes stuttering issues for a lot of Ready or Not Players.
Since I have an Nvidia Graphics Card, I will show you exactly how to set a cap on your FPS using the Nvidia Control Panel. The steps are more or less the same for AMD GPUs.
- Open the Nvidia Control Panel
- Go to 3D Settings and click on Manage 3D Settings
- Go to the Program Settings Tab
- Select the Game Ready or Not and if you don’t find it on the list, then add it manually.
- Find Max Frame Rate from the list of Settings and set it as per your Monitor’s refresh rate because, in real life, because your eyes won’t notice any improvements over the refresh rate of your monitor.
Mouse Inconsistency in-game
Use the Full Screen Mode instead of Window Mode if you are facing inconsistency with Mouse pointers in the game.
Nvidia DLSS Update
If you have an Nvidia GPU, then you can update your Nvidia DLSS to improve your performance. Here is the link to download the update.
Once you have downloaded the update, simply extract the nvngz_dlss.dll file to your *installed game location (For eg. C, D etc)*\ReadyOrNot\Plugins\DLSS\Binaries\ThirdParty\Win64
For example, my game is installed on my D Drive so your folder path should be like this D:\ReadyOrNot\Plugins\DLSS\Binaries\ThirdParty\Win64
Disable Control Flow
You can try disabling the Control Flow Security Feature. It is a feature that has been enabled by default and this feature causes issues with the DirectX 12 Applications. You can easily disable this by
- Open Start Menu.
- Type Exploit Protection.
- Once you find the Exploit Protection menu go to the Program Settings option.
- Add a program to customize and doing so will prompt you to choose the file path.
- Find the Game Path and go to ReadyOrNot\Binaries\Win64
- Select the File ReadyOrNot-Win64-Shipping.exe and click on Open.
- Go down and you will find the CFG option (Control Flow Guard).
- Click on Override System Settings and turn it off.
- Once you are done click on Apply.
- Restart the game once.
Check System Requirements
Here are the system requirements for Ready or Not. Double-check if you have the hardware capable of running the game before trying it.
Here are the minimum and Recommended System Requirements for Ready or Not.
|Windows 10/Windows 11
|Intel Core i5 4430K or AMD FX 6300
|Nvidia Geforce GTX 960/ AMD Radeon R7 370
|90GB (SSD Recommended)
|Windows 10/Windows 11
|Intel Core i5-7600K or AMD Ryzen 5 1600
|Nvidia Geforce RTX 2070/ AMD Radeon RX 5700XT
|90GB (SSD Recommended)
So this was all about the Best Graphics Settings and some quick tips and tricks to fix stuttering and FPS issues in Ready or Not.
If you think this guide has helped, then let us know in the comment section below. And for more Ready or Not Guides, keep an eye on Frondtech. We will be covering every single technical issue and bug of the game. Good luck!
That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on December 19, 2023
Akash Roy, 31, Senior Editor at Frondtech and an avid gamer by choice dabbles in all things tech. Whether be it spending hours in single-player narrative-based games or going through the latest innovation in technology and chip manufacturing he prefers to stay on top of things. At the other times, you’ll find him tucked away drumming and headbanging to Rock and Roll Classics.