Tales of Arise graphics settings – This guide will show you the best graphics settings for Tales of Arise, for low-medium end gaming PC users. You will have a smoother experience in-game, and it might also help you eliminate various performance issues like fps drops and stuttering, if you are having any, of course.
Graphics Settings Guide for Tales of Arise
In 2021, we have seen a lot of games that came out of nowhere, and a lot of people suddenly started playing it and liking it. Tales of Arise is one of them.
Tales of Arise is finally available on Steam. Both the demo and the full release of the game is available now. The game is doing extremely well on PC. It has already managed to climb to Rank. 21 on the Steam charts, and is dwelling right below ARK: Survival Evolved. I personally loved the game, and I can guarantee that RPG lovers will really enjoy this game. The graphics looks fresh and interesting.
Unfortunately, BANDAI NAMCO has not managed to eliminate all the bugs and issues from the game. So far, new bugs have been popping up now and then.
I saw a lot of people posting on Steam, ask for help regarding the Graphics Settings of the game. They believe that the performance issues that they are facing, have something to do with the graphics settings not configured properly in the game. Which is actually true.
If I talk about the performance of Tales of Arise on PC, I would say that the game is well optimized, and most PC users shouldn’t have issues running it smoothly. Since, I didn’t buy the game, or receive any copy, I played the Demo version for more than an hour. I honestly didn’t face any performance issues on my RTX 2060 and RTX 3070. But I can understand that not everyone is sitting with a high-end GPU. That is why I decided to make this graphics settings guide, catered towards the users who are experiencing problems like fps drops and stuttering during fights. Let’s check out the guide now:
- Screen Mode: Fullscreen (This should be obvious by now)
- Resolution: 1920×1080 (The whole guide is catered towards 1080p. If you have a 1440p or 4k monitor, then this guide won’t help you much)
- Vertical Sync: Off (This setting for some reason causes fps drops, which is strange)
- Framerate Limit: 120 (If you don’t care about getting more than 60 fps, keep it on 60)
- Bloom And Glow: On (Doesn’t cause any performance loss. Makes the game look better)
- Motion Blur: Off (Not a fan. Personal preference)
- Resolution Scale: 100 (Lowering this would make the game look blurry)
- Antialiasing: TAA (SMAA and TAA+SMAA, both are demanding. Makes the game look clearer, though)
- Shadow Quality: Middle (A demanding setting. Set it to Low, if you are using a really low-end GPU)
- Screen Space Reflection: Off (Demanding setting)
- Anisotropic Filtering: Middle (I did not notice any difference between Middle and High)
- Ambient Occlusion: Off
- Volumetric Lighting: Off
- Screen Space Shadow: Off
- Global Illumination: Off
- Depth of Field: Off (Personal preference)
For people who are having trouble locating the Graphics Setting menu, If you are starting a New Game, you should come by the Settings Menu before the game starts. Scroll down, and you will find the Graphics Settings menu. If you have already started the game, select Continue and start the game, press Esc > System > Settings > Graphics Settings.
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That’s all folks!
Last Updated on September 10, 2021
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