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author: Damian Gacek

The Finals - Settings for the Best Performance; Low FPS Tips

If you want to learn the best settings for The Finals, you are in a good place. We will also give you some tips on low FPS and good performance.

The Finals is the new multiplayer shooter. It has not yet been released, however, there is a playtest, which may interest you. Thousands of players are in the game right now. In this article we present the best settings. Balance your good visuals / performance ratio. We will also give you some tips how to deal with the low FPS problem.

The finals – Low FPS tips

  1. Check if you have the latest drivers.
  2. Close all unnecessary applications running in the background: Discord, browsers, shops (Epic, GOG etc.) and so on.
  3. In the case of older PCs it may by worth to turn on DirectX 11 (see the bottom of this article – Advanced)
  4. Use our settings.

The Finals – Best Settings

Display and Resolution

  1. Window mode – Full screen;
  2. Resolution – Pick the one which matches your screen. It should be proper by default, so you don’t have to change anything;
  3. V-Sync – Disabled;
  4. NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency – ON;
  5. Resolution Scaling method – AMD FSR 2;
  6. AMD FSR Quality – Quality;


  1. Field of view – 110, field of view is very important for the competitive games. Lower it only in the case of really low FPS;
  2. Motion Blur – Disabled;

Ray Tracing

  1. NVIDIA RTX Global Illumination – Static;


  1. Overall Quality Level – Custom
  2. View Distance – High; it is also very important in competitive shooters. Lower it only in the case of low FPS.

If you want to max your FPS, set the rest settings to Low. If you want to balance FPS and good visuals, pick settings presented below:

  1. Anti-Aliasing – High / Medium
  2. Shadows – Medium
  3. Post-Processing – Low
  4. Texture – Low
  5. Effects – Low
  6. Foliage – Low
  7. Shading – Low
  8. Global Illumination Resolution – Low


  1. Graphics API – DirectX 12; in most cases it should be the best settings. If you have an older PC and see some kind of problems, you might want to check DirectX 11.

Damian Gacek

Damian Gacek

Graduate of English Philology and English in Public Communication. He started his professional career as an English teacher. A member of Gamepressure since 2019. During this time, he has been writing for various departments. Currently, he mainly covers guides and occasionally supports the newsroom. He has been interested in electronic entertainment since childhood. When he was younger, he wrote a scientific article on video game translations. An enthusiast of RPGs and strategies, he also frequently dives into the depths of indie games. In his spare time, he is working on a book and learning film editing.


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