Star Wars Squadrons – Best Graphics Settings

Star Wars Squadrons Best Graphics Settings – Star Wars Squadrons has finally made it’s way to the launch day. A lot of people were waiting for this release since the announcement.

Squadrons is a fairly demanding title and even with the latest drivers there is not much you can do if you have a low end gaming rig. So lets see if it is possible to make this game run for people with low end graphics cards by tweaking the in-game video or graphics settings.

Star Wars Squadrons – Best Graphics Settings

Graphics Settings

  • Screen Settings : Change > Full Screen
  • Brightness : Personal preference
  • Vertical Sync : Off
  • Resolution Scale : 100%
  • Temporal Anti-Aliasing Sharpness : 40%
  • Film Grain : Off
  • Lens Distortion : On
  • High Dynamic Range : Off
  • Graphics Quality : Custom

star wars squadrons graphics settings

Advanced Settings

  • Texture Filtering : Medium
  • Lighting Quality : Medium
  • Shadow Quality : Low
  • Screen Space Shadows : Off
  • Effects Quality : Medium
  • Volumetric Quality : Medium
  • Post Process Quality : High
  • Mesh Quality : High
  • Anti-Aliasing : TAA High
  • Ambient Occlusion : Off

You can access these settings by heading over to Options > Graphics.

Our Test System Specifications

Here are the full specifications of our rig:

  • CPU : Intel i5 9400F
  • GPU : Zotac GTX 1660
  • RAM : 16GB DDR4 3000mhz
  • OS : Windows 10 64-bit (Version 2004)
  • HDD : 1 TB 7200 rpm
  • Monitor Resolution : 1920×1080
  • Driver : GeForce Game Ready Driver v456.55

It is always recommended to run a game on a medium end gaming rig if you want to find out the best combination of graphics settings for the game. There is no point in running benchmarks on gaming rigs with high or enthusiast level graphics cards. Because lets be honest, every single game will run smoothly without any issues on a RTX 3080 or a RX 5700 XT.

Benchmark Test Results

Utility used : FRAPS

Lowest FPSAverage FPSMaximum FPS
42 FPS104 FPS112 FPS

The game ran quite smooth for the most part. Except at some instances, when there are a lot of ships and debris nearby, the frames tend to dip down a lot. Overall, people shouldn’t have any problem enjoying this fun title on a medium end gaming rig.


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