In this guide, we’ll show you the best settings to run Tales of Arise smoothly on low-end or high end PC.
So let’s start with the Game Mode, make sure that the Game Mode is On in this game.
Xbox Game Bar - Off
Next, make sure that you don’t use any overlay.
Background Recording - Off
Recorded Audio - Off
Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling - On
Under the power option, make sure that you are using Balance or High Performance.
Next, make sure that your drivers are up-to-date
Now, let’s open the game settings
Screen Mode - Fullscreen
Resolution - Use your native resolution
Vertical Sync - On
Framerate Limit - No restrictions (If you have an old PC with heating issues then lock your fps with the amount of hertz that you have on your monitor).
Menu Texture Quality - If you have 3GB or more go with High and if you have 2GB or less then go with Middle.
Bloom and Glow - On
Motion Blur - Off
Resolution Scale - 90 or 85
Antialiasing - Off
Shadow Quality - Middle
Screen Space Reflection - On
Anisotropic Filtering - Go with High if you have 3GB or more. If you have less than 2GB then go with Low.
Ambient Occlusion - Off
Volumetric Lighting - Off
Screen Space Shadow - Off
Global illumination - Off
Depth Of Field - Off