In this guide, we’ll show you the best settings to run Enlisted game smoothly on an old or high-end PC.
So let’s start with Windows, the first thing that I recommend is the Game Mode - make sure that your Game Mode is at ON. I saw an improvement with game mode at ON on this game, I saw like 3% boost in my fps.
Next, the Xbox Game Bar make sure that this one is at OFF. This one is causing stuttering.
Next, don't use any overlay the one from Nvidia or AMD and also the Record feature, make sure that everything is at OFF.
Next, open up your Graphics Settings – for this you’ll need the latest version of Windows and also you will need an Nvidia card 1000 series or above. In the settings, you will need to activate the Hardware-accelerated GPU. On low-end and median computer you will have like 3% boost in your fps but if you have like an high-end computer you will not necessarily see a difference but it's still good to activate it, and when you do it you will need to restart your computer to make sure that the parameter is applied.
Next, make sure that you have the latest drivers from Nvidia or AMD.
Next, power plan on Windows - make sure that you're using Performance and also make sure that you're using Performance on your power plan on your GPU. So AMD or Nvidia use high Performance.
So now let's open the game and go to the graphic settings. The first thing that you really need to make sure make sure that you're playing the game in native resolution.
After that it’s really important to play this game in Fullscreen.
After that if you have Nvidia DLSS go for Quality, it will give you a like 45% boost in your fps. So really important if you have an RTX card go with Quality because I did a couple of tests with Wltra-performance, Performance and Balance. Honestly, it's not clean, it feels a little bit blurry the game. So go with the Quality. If you don't have DLSS then you need to disable it.
Next, make sure that your Temporal Resolution Scale is at 100%, don't go lower it will decrease a lot your image quality.
Temporal Anti-aliasing Quality at Low - you will get like 3% boost for each bracket and honestly the anti-aliasing in the game feels a little bit blurry to me. So I prefer to go with Low
If you have NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency you can definitely go to boost. I did a test between On and boost and I didn't see a difference in my fps. I remember the boost one on Warzone I was losing fps but I didn't see a difference in this game. So you can definitely go with the maximum.
After that the FPS Limit I just put this one at OFF
Texture Quality and Anisotropy- if you have like 3GB of Vram and more you can definitely go at High and 16x if you have like something like 2GB go at 4x Medium and if you have less than 2GB of Vram on your video card go with 2x and Low.
After that the Enhanced Texture Filtering: you can definitely put this one at Maximum, if you're playing on a an integrated video card with 1GB maybe like go lower but it's not like you will not have a big impact here if you have a nice amount of Vram
Shadow Quality – 4% boost for each bracket, so you can definitely get like a nice 8% to 10% boost here
Next Shadows from effects - remove this one and you will get another like 3% to 4% boost in your fps.
Next Global Illumination Quality - this one you can get like a nice 2% for each bracket. So if you want like a visibility and stuff, definitely go everything at low it will help you a lot and it will be clearer but if you have a nice image quality I feel like Medium is a good.
Atmospheric Scattering Quality: this one can give you a lot of fps, again it's 4 to 5% for each bracket. So definitely go to Low.
Ambient Occlusion Quality - same thing 3% for each bracket, I go to Low
Improved Reflections - this one caused me a lot of stuttering so that's why I unchecked this one. You’ll not necessarily get like more fps when it will be unchecked but you will stabilize a lot your fps. So if you're getting some random drop probably because of this one.
Water Quality - this one I go to Low I did a test High to Low again, It's more stability you will have like a nice 3 to 4% boost in your fps but you will stabilize with your fps.
Terrain Tessellation Quality: High to Medium I'm getting 3% boost here Medium to Low I'm getting 1% so that's why I'm going with the middle ground, Medium is a good compromise here.
Dynamic Terrain Deformation - put this one OFF, it will help you a lot.
High Resolution Visual Effect - uncheck this one.
Raindrop On Screen - uncheck you want better visibility.
For the Scope Image Quality - just go to Low.
So with these settings, you should have a nice amount of fps.