In this guide, we’ll show you the best settings to run Phantasy Star Online 2 (PSO2) New Genesis smoothly on PC and also we’ll show you how to increase your FPS and boost performance. 

 

First, make sure that the Game Mode is On

 

Xbox Game Bar - Off

 

I don't recommend any Overlay, like Discord Overlay and the overlaying video.

 

Background Recording - Off

 

Recorded Audio - Off

 

Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling - On

 

Next, make sure that your graphic driver is up-to-date.

 

Next, make sure that your Windows energy profile is at balance or performance.

 

Next, open up your video card settings (Nvidia control panel) go to Manage 3D Setting - scroll down - Power Management Mode. Here, I recommend Maximum Performance. It's always better to make sure that you're using 100% of your computer.

 

Now, we’ll go inside of the game.

 

Let’s open the Graphics option.

 

Effect Light Source and Terrain Lightning - Off

 

Camera Lighting - 0

 

Best Settings, Run Smoothly, PSO2 New Genesis, PC, Increase FPS, Boost Performance

Screen Edge Darkening - Off

 

Global Illumination - Off

 

Bloom - Off

 

Light Rays - Off

 

Volumetric Fog - Off

 

Effect Distortion Rendering - Off

 

Fur Rendering – On

 

Blur - Off

 

Color Tone Curve - On

 

Depth of Field - Off

 

Specular Antialiasing - On ( I recommend to use FXAA for the Anti-Aliasing in this game.

 

Tessellation - On

 

Screen Space Reflection - On

 

Ambient Occlusion - Off

 

Screen Space Shadow - Off

 

Shadow Quality - 1

 

Cloud Clarity - 1

 

Particle Quality - 1

 

Max Detailed Model Display - 10

 

Number of Models Displayed: Exploration Section - 8

 

3D Rendering Resolution - High (Standard)

 

Automatic Resolution Adjustment - Off

 

Maximum Frame Rate - Lock it with the amount of earth on your monitor.

 

Inactive Frame Rate Restriction - On

 

Texture Filtering and Texture Resolution - this one really depends on your Vram on your video card. So if you have 4 GB and more you can definitely play Anisotropy 16 and High, if you have 3GB and you can play at Anisotropy 8 and Middle, if you have 2GB go something with Low and 4x or Trilinear and if you have less than 2GB then just put everything at minimum.

 

Terrain Draw Distance - here, I recommend you to use something like between 2 or 3.

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