Battlefield 1 Best Video & Graphics Settings for You! - How to Increase your BF1 Multiplayer Performance & Frame Rate

As most of you already know the better performance and higher frame rates you get in First Person Shooter games, the better you'll perform as a player.  Getting better performance can increase your gunplay in any FPS game dramatically, which in turn will increase your overall skill in the game and of course that all important KD ratio.

Battlefield 1 is no different.  Although this game graphically is very stunning, you still want to make sure you're PC is pushing out higher frame rates.  In my video below I go over what video and graphics settings you really need to look out for in order to help you choose the best graphics settings for your specific PC rig, but I'll cover the main graphics settings that will hinder your performance very briefly directly below the video.



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Battlefield 1 "Basic" Video Settings

So the main two settings under the "Basic" video settings menu you'll need to adjust are "Resolution Scale" and "Motion Blur." Resolution Scale can really hinder your overall frame rate, but doesn't have too much of an effect on your weapon performance.  So as long as you're pushing out higher frames, feel free to leave your "Resolution Scale" higher.  Even if you're pushing out higher frame rates in Battlefield 1 though, but your gunplay feels a little bit choppy, definitely make sure to cut down your Motion Blur.  Motion Blur really effects the smoothness of your weapons, and for any player that wants to play more competitive or dominate Battlefield 1 as an infantry player I would highly recommend simply cutting Motion Blur completely off.



Battlefield 1 "Advanced" Video Settings

Now as far as Battlefield 1's "Advanced" Video Settings. Currently I have DX12 Enabled "OFF."  This is simply due to the game crashing everytime I have it turned on, but by the full game release in October, I do believe that they'll have all kinks with DX12 worked out, and I will definitely have than enabled in order to cut down on CPU Usage.

As far as the main points you'll want to look out for as far as Battlefield 1's Advanced video and graphics settings, Lighting Quality can effect gunplay similar to the way Motion Blur does so I personally keep it set to low, and once again would highly recommend players who want to play on a higher level to do so.  The same with all anti-aliasing options and ambient occlusion. I turn all of these completely off simply because of the effects they have on weapon smoothness and gunplay.  Even if you have a GPU that's pushing higher frame rates with the game completely maxed out, although you're getting those higher frame rates  technically your gunplay and weapon smoothness will most certainly suffer, especially from from anti-aliasing.  If you want you can set Ambient Occlusion to SSAO, but I would highly recommend avoiding HBAO because you'll take a drastic frame rate hit, and I've just never found it worth it.

If you have an older card, definitely make sure to check out my video above for all of my recommended settings and tips.  I'm easily getting 90-100 frames per second on an old EVGA 680+ FTW, which is a descent graphics card, however it is about half a decade old now.

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