Ghostrunner 2 Graphics Settings – Ghostrunner 2 is a fairly resourceful title, and if you are running this game on lower-end hardware, you don’t have many options left. Since this is an extremely fast-paced first-person game, low fps can totally ruin it if you have not set up your Graphics settings properly.
Best Graphics Settings to fix Low FPS in Ghostrunner 2
It might happen that your Gaming System doesn’t meet the Epic requirements of the game, and turning up the settings for modern AAA titles like Ghostrunner 2 can fetch you lower or sometimes unplayable FPS/performance, which takes away the initial impressions of the game itself, causing players to leave without exploring the possibilities. Tweaking around a bit with the graphics and video settings can give you a better experience with the new Ghostrunner sequel.
So, we have played around with the graphics settings in Ghost Runner 2 so that you can use that as a reference while tweaking your settings to get a smooth and enjoyable experience. The game is fast-paced and meant to be played with the maximum fluidity to enjoy everything it offers.
- Window Mode – Full Screen
- Resolution – 2560×1440
- AMD FSR 2.0 – On
- AMD FSR 2.0 Mode – Ultra Performance
- Post Process Quality – Low
- Shadow Quality – Medium
- Textures Quality – Medium
- Effects Quality – Medium
- Brightness – 50%
- Blur – Off
- Gore Effect – On
- Frame Rate Limit – Unlimited
- V-Sync – Off
- Field of View – 85
I have turned the AMD FSR 2 on and set the Mode to Ultra Performance. Alot of the games we tested recently worked well with the AMD FSR 2.0, so we decided to go with the Ultra Performance mode. We have set the Post Processing Low while keeping the other quality variables on Medium. The brightness, Gore effects, and frame rate limiter are your choice, but always keep V-Sync Off as it eats up your GPU Resources, making the game stutter.
Although you can try out various combinations of settings to see which works best for you.
Specifications of our Test Rig
Considering the other AAA titles out currently, the game is not very demanding. But still, if you have an older Gaming System, then turning down the settings will help. There is no point running this game on the highest-end Gaming PCs as every game would run smoothly on any enthusiast/flagship-level graphics cards. This time, we have used one of our Editor’s gaming PCs to test out the Ghost Runner 2 and here are the specifications.
- CPU : Intel i3 8100
- GPU : Zotac GTX 1650
- RAM : 16GB DDR4 3000mhz
- OS : Windows 10 64-bit (Latest Update)
- SSD : 256GB (Game installed on HDD)
- HDD : 1 TB 7200 rpm
- Monitor Resolution : 1920×1080
- Driver : GeForce Game Ready Driver v456.71
Utility Used – MSI Afterburner
|Minimum FPS||Average FPS||Maximum FPS|
|51 FPS||60 FPS||60 FPS|
We have no idea why the game got capped at 60 FPS on our editor’s rig. We also ran this game on our other gaming rigs: the RTX 2060 Super and a Ryzen 5 3600XT paired with 16GB of RAM. We were getting close to around 150-180FPS. We have no idea why the FPS got capped on our Editor’s rig. It might be a problem with the Editor’s PC, or the game automatically detects the hardware and caps the performance.
But rest assured, this game is not resource-hungry, and you can run it on decent gaming PCs. We are still testing the game and will update this article with more results soon.
If the problem you are facing is serious, go and submit a ticket to 505 Games support. And don’t forget to check out the Steam discussions page of Ghostrunner 2.
If you think this guide has helped you, let us know in the comment section below. Also, if you are facing other game problems, try checking out our other guides on Ghostrunner 2. Who knows, you might end up finding a fix.
That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on October 27, 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.