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Journey to the Savage Planet Best Settings PC | How to stop frame-rate drops

Journey to the Savage Planet can be a damn good-looking game on PC, especially when played at 4K with max graphical settings enabled. However, unless you’re rocking some high-end hardware, 4K Epic at a playable frame-rate will be tricky to achieve. Thankfully, it only takes a few tweaks to a couple of settings to drastically improve the frame-rate in-game. Here’s our guide on how to stop frame-rate drops in Journey to the Savage Planet.

What are the best settings for Journey to the Savage Planet PC?

Journey to the Savage Planet Best Settings PC

If you’re struggling to hit that magical 60 FPS in Journey to the Savage Planet, and you want to know which settings to turn down first, you’ve come to the right place. The first option you’ll want to tweak is Post Process Quality. This will have the biggest impact on frame-rate. Next is the Shadow Quality, which you can turn down to Medium without too much degradation in visuals. View Distance at High is a good way to limit frame-rate drops in open areas, and setting Foliage Quality to High will assist in densely packed forest areas.

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Journey to the Savage Planet PC Best Settings

  • Anti Aliasing Quality – TAA
  • Post Process Quality – Medium
  • View Distance Quality – High
  • Shadow Quality – Medium
  • Texture Quality – Epic
  • Effects Quality – Epic
  • Foliage Quality – High

Above you can find our recommended setting for Journey to the Savage Planet. To increase frame-rate even further, continue to lower Post Process Quality and Shadow Quality, followed by View Distance. Then, for even more FPS, you’ll be wanting to try everything on Low and change one setting at a time until you get a nice balance of performance and quality.

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