Best Dying Light Bad Blood Settings
Dying Light Bad Blood FPS Boost
Dying Light Bad Blood is a battle royale which is longer in development as some might know. From a little project in the "early mainstream battle royale days" to a game that releases as Steam Early Access title this month, September 2018.
Dying Light Bad Blood In-game settings
The in-game settings in Bad Blood aren't bad, but more details and options would be great. Here you find an overview of all Dying Light Bad Blood in-game graphic options and the best option to get the best FPS boost.
Besides being a matter of taste, the resolution does of course impact your performance in Dying Light Bad Blood. The higher the resolution, the more pixel get rendered. Usually, unless it's really high, you want to go with your native resolution. Most of the times that is 1920x1080.
But, if you need more fps, it makes sense to go lower. 1600x900 for example is still a nice, playable resolution that gives you a great performance boost.
Playing in 16:10 or 4:3
Playing in a different aspect ratio like 16:10 costs you a little bit of horizontal screen estate, can give you another great FPS boost in Dying Light Bad Blood. Try 1400x900 instead of 1600x900 for example!
Choose FULLSCREEN the best performance and lowest input lag in Bad Blood.
VSYNC, or Vertical Synchronization, is a technique used to synchronize the frames coming from your GPU with your monitor. Default VSYNC comes with bad input-lag though. That's why we go with OFF.
GSYNC or FreeSync, if supported by your graphics card and monitor, are a great alternative with close to zero input-lag!
Mainly a setting that sets the resolution of textures, though it might affect a little bit more. Medium is the way to go for maximum FPS in Dying Light Bad Blood. It also seems like that you can go lower in the config file, check out the high fps config if you're in need for those last FPS too.
Shadow Map Size
Shadow Map Size sets the resolution of shadows. For the best FPS boost go with LOW.
The High FPS config also goes even lower on that value, introduces some flickering though. Only use it if you need every frame you can get!
Quality and depth of grass and bushes. Set it to LOW for the best visibility and FPS in Dying Light Bad Blood.
View Distance in Bad Blood
One of the most important and FPS relevant settings. Go with the lowest option for the best performance. In the test we didn't see any disadvantages using the lowest view distance in Dying Light Bad Blood.
Ambient Occlusion is a lighting technique used to calculate the exposure of objects. Turn it OFF for more FPS in Bad Blood.
Nvidia's HBAO+ is a especially detailed form of HBAO, which is Horizon Based Ambient Occlusion. Costs performance and doesn't (subjectively) even look that good. Turn it OFF for the best performance in Bad Blood!
NVIDIA Depth of Field
An additional, blurry depth of field effect which costs performance? There is only one answer to that. Off!
Nvidia's PCSS, short for NVIDIA GameWorks Percentage Closer Soft Shadows, is a technique used for more accurate and realistic shadows. It softens shadows over range. Costs performance and doesn't give you any advantage, so turn it off for additional FPS.
Film Grain Effect
Chromatic Aberration Effect
Dying Light Bad Blood High FPS Config
This config right now is only for you if you have no problem with flickering shadows and need the maximum performance boost.
Also, to get the config to work you have to have the launcher window in focus while starting the game. You can also set it not to read-only. Change the resolution to the resolution of your choice in the file. If you don't do those steps, you'll run into a fullscreen bug and the game will only run in windowed mode.
- Download the Dying Light Bad Blood High Fps Config
- Replace the existing video config (video.scr) in \Users\YOURUSERNAME\Documents\DLBadBlood\out\settings
Dying Light Blood Launch Options
Dying Light Bad Blood Nvidia optimization
Dying Light Bad Blood Myths & Misc
How to cap FPS in Dying Light Bad Blood
Use an external software, like the popular software RivaTuner Statistics Server, short RTSS, to cap your frames.
Is there mouse acceleration in Dying Light Bad Blood?
No, we couldn't measure any mouse acceleration in Dying Light Bad Blood.