Redfall Best Graphics Settings – Redfall is a first-person action shooter game developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Software. It is a highly anticipated game available for both Xbox and Windows. The Game is based on Unreal Engine 4 Graphics and features an open-world coop gameplay experience.
The game features beautiful graphics paired with the expected and decent first-person gameplay mechanics. But despite the game being such a highly anticipated title, alot of the players playing on the PC are facing stuttering, Performance issues like FPS Drops Lags, and sometimes crashing the game.
As the game got released, the developers were flooded with tickets related to the performance issues, and they already addressed the problems by providing the Performance Day 1 patch. The settings we suggested will help fix your Game performance issues and give you a much higher FPS in Redfall to enjoy the game at peace.
So in this article, we will show you the best Graphics Settings you can use in Redfall to fix stuttering, FPS drops, and lag. The settings recommended here will help you balance the performance and experience without losing out on the visuals.
Redfall Best Graphics Settings to Fix Stuttering and FPS Drops
Redfall is a very graphically intensive game, and we fell in love with it when we first saw the trailers. But most games nowadays are resource hungry, and if you are still running on older PCs, then a little tweaking can fix the issues. Before we even start, make sure you meet at least the minimum requirements of the game; otherwise, if your hardware doesn’t meet the requirements, there is no way you can make this game work. So make sure you have a quick check at that first.
Here are the minimum system requirements to run Redfall.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows® 10 64bit
- Processor: Intel Core i5 8400
- Memory: 16 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 or AMD Radeon RX 580 with at least 6GB Graphics
- DirectX: Version 12
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 100 GB available space
- SSD: Recommended
Here are the Best Display Settings that we have for Red Fall 2.
|Windowed Mode||Full Screen|
|Field Of View||90|
|Motion Blur Scale||Off|
|Calibrate Display||Personal Preference|
Here are the Best Graphics Settings that we have for Red Fall 2.
|View Distance Quality||High|
|Upscaling||AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.1|
|AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.1 Quality||Performance|
|AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.1 Sharpening||1|
|Nvidia Reflex Low Technology||On+Boost|
Specifications of our Test Rig
We always recommend running the Redfall game on Medium settings, as it will help you balance out both the performance and visual effects.
We have been testing and benchmarking Games for years now. With the experience, we have learned that such highly visually attractive games (and most importantly newer games) like these will rull on top-end hardware with no issues no matter what (except for some like the Last of Us PC, of course), and thus benchmarking on them is entirely useless. That is why we should always aim to test the newer AAA games on mid-tier hardware, i.e., the hardware that people are gaming on, as all the games will run perfectly fine on the highest-end Gaming PCs and laptops.
But this time, we went around with a different specification. We went with one of my Editor’s Gaming Rig for testing, rather than the RTX 3060Ti PC we typically use for Benchmarking purposes.
- GPU: Nvidia GTX 1080 8GB
- CPU: Core i5 13600K (Not overclocked)
- RAM: 32 GB 5200mhz Kingston Beast DDR5 RAM
- MOTHERBOARD: MSI Z790 P Wi-Fi Motherboard
- STORAGE: 1 TB Adata Legend 960 Gen4 NVMe SSD
- PSU: Corsair HX 850W Gold PSU
- DISPLAY: Odyssey G7 240Hz | BenQ GW2480 IPS (Dual Monitor Setup)
- OS: Windows 11 64-bit
- DRIVER: Nvidia Game Ready Driver 531.68 [Release Date: April 2023]
Redfall Performance Analysis
Here are the performance numbers from running the benchmark tests on Redfall.
|Minimum FPS(1% Low)||Average FPS||Maximum FPS|
Redfall is a very resource-hungry game and comes paired with lags when we try to run it on the High Settings. Once you lower the settings, it runs well. But still, you will find the game stuttering, especially when the Vampires come in. Although the gameplay is a little slow, the stuttering and the performance issues take away the game experience.
Redfall received both negative and positive reviews on Steam, but as per our experience of playing this game, it is okay for a casual gamer but not the one you should spend your money on until the developers at least fix the performance issues and adds new elements to this game. However, the good news for the Xbox GamePass owners is that they can play this game for free as it will be available from the launch date itself on Xbox Gamepass PC and if you don’t have a Gamepass subscription (considering the game situation currently) its worth waiting a little bit and pick it up during the Steam Weekly sale or Seasonal Sale.
When writing this article, Nvidia released their latest Game Ready Driver optimized for Redfall. AMD’s latest Driver update features all the optimizations needed for the latest games, and the game can be best experienced when you are playing on the updated Drivers. However, we do not recommend running Redfall on lower-end GPUs like the GT1030, GTX 750Ti, GTX 1050Ti or even the GTX 1650 because this game needs at least 6GB Graphics Card to run according to the minimum settings that we have mentioned above.
So this was all about the Best Graphics Settings for Redfall that you can use to fix lag, stuttering, and FPS Issues.
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Last Updated on May 4, 2023
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