Multiversus Best Graphics Settings to Fix Stuttering and FPS Drops

Here are the recommended Graphics Settings that you can try to eliminate performance issues and fix problems like fps drops and stuttering in MultiVersus.

Multiversus Best Graphics Settings to Fix Stuttering and FPS Drops

In the platform fighting game MultiVersus, you can join up with your pals while employing some of the most well-known figures, such as Shaggy, Batman, and more.

Save the Multiverse by using your preferred fighter combos! The game across multiple platforms is rated highly positive by gamers.

Players are experiencing stuttering and frame drops while playing Multiversus, quite frequently. Well, in their defense, Multiversus just launched and is still in Early Access. This means there is plenty of time in the hands of the devs to optimize the game.

One of the best things about PC gaming is that even if you don’t have a powerful GPU, you can just tweak the settings a bit and get smooth performance on a mediocre-level GPU, as well.

This guide will show you the best graphics settings for Multiversus for low-end gaming PCs. You will have a smoother experience in-game, and it might also help you eliminate various performance issues if you are having any, of course.

Multiversus Graphics Settings

  • Window Mode: Fullscreen
  • Screen Resolution: 1920×1080
  • Resolution Scale: Best Quality
  • Monitor: Select your Primary monitor here
  • Vertical Sync: Uncheck
  • One Frame Thread Lag: Uncheck [Enabling this will increase input delay. If you have a really old system then turning this on might give you some extra fps]
  • Character Occlusion: Check
  • Quality Presets: Custom
  • Antialiasing Quality: High
  • Texture Quality: Medium
  • Visual FX Quality: Medium
  • Shadow Quality: Low

Multiversus Graphics Settings

Fix Multiversus FPS Drops and Stuttering

Well, for most of you, applying the settings given above should fix the performance issues. In case, if it doesn’t, here are the steps you can take to make the stuttering go away:

Disable Nvidia Instant Replay or Windows Background Recording

Turn off all the features like Nvidia Instant replay and Windows Background Recording. The Xbox Game Bar and Game Mode should be disabled as well.

How to turn off Nvidia Instant Replay:

  1. Press Alt+Z [You have Nvidia in-game overlay enabled if you are using instant replay].
  2. Click on the Instant Replay block.
    How to turn off Nvidia Instant Replay
  3. Toggle it off from there.

How to turn off Background Recording:

  1. Go to your Windows 10/ Windows 11 settings menu.
  2. Select Gaming.
  3. Select Captures from the left.
  4. Turn off Background Recording for the menu.

If your system has 2 GPUs, select the proper GPU [For Gaming Laptops]

You may also be running your gaming PC with two video cards. Make sure the game uses your dedicated graphics card instead of the integrated one.

On my Legion 5 Pro, I have MUX Switch. So before I start gaming, I just head over to my Vantage app and turn off Hybrid Mode. This forces the laptop to use the RTX 3060 inside it only.

If you are using an Nvidia GPU, and you do not have a MUX Switch, here is what you need to do:

  1. In Nvidia Control Panel.
  2. Go to Manage 3D settings.
  3. Select Global Settings.
  4. Then, under “Preferred graphics processor”, select High-performance NVIDIA processor.

Make sure your OS and drivers are updated

I have tested Multiversus on 4 different GPUs(GTX 1050 Ti, 1650, RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070) and on Lenovo Legion 5 Pro(RTX 3060m), and I can confirm that this game doesn’t have that many issues. The GTX 1050 Ti system of mine, literally has an i3 8100, and the game still ran smoothly.

So if you are facing some weird stuttering or fps drops when there is a lot of action going on your screen, consider updating your GPU drivers and OS.

Make sure there aren’t too many applications running in the background

A lot of people don’t really pay attention to the applications that run in the background. Yes, I agree, that most of these background apps do not tend to be heavy. But, some are.

Just go to your Task Manager, and check which applications are eating a good chunk of your CPU and Memory. Close them if you can.

Also, a lot of people like to leave their browsers running in the background with too many tabs open on them. Let me tell you, a Chrome browser, with 5-6 tabs opened, can take up to 3 GB of memory.

Browser eating 3 GB of RAM

So please close all your active applications before you start playing Multiverses, or as a matter of fact, any game.

If you think this guide has helped, then let us know in the comment section below. And for more Multiversus guides, keep an eye on Frondtech. We will be covering every single technical issue of the game. Good luck!

That’s all, folks!

Last Updated on August 1, 2022

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