It’s possible for Watch Dogs: Legion on PC to both look incredible and perform well at the same time — you just have to know what the best PC settings are. With technologies like Nvidia DLSS 2.0 and RTX ray-tracing helping to make things run well and look good, the PC version can offer the best WD: Legion experience. Here are the best settings for a balance of performance and visuals.
What are the best settings for Watch Dogs: Legion on PC?
With its huge number of graphics options, Watch Dogs: Legions lets players enable and disable a range of effects. Some options can be disabled for a frame-rate boost, while others give better visuals at the cost of FPS.
Best Watch Dogs: Legion PC settings for more FPS
- Window Mode – Fullscreen
- DirectX – 12
- Graphics Quality – Custom
- Geometry – Very High
- Environment – High
- Texture Resolution – Ultra
- Texture Filtering – High
- Shadows – Very High
- Headlight Shadows – Your Car
- Reflections – Very High
- Depth of Field – On
- Motion Blur – Off
- Bloom – On
- Ambient Occlusion – On
- Post-Process Anti-Aliasing – TAA
- Subsurface Scattering – High
- Ray Traced Reflections – Off
- DLSS – Balanced or Performance (or Off if unsupported).
- Extra Details – 0%
- Temporal Upscaling – 100
Which quality settings should I change to get more FPS?
Put simply, the following graphics settings should be lowered to see a big impact on performance:
- Texture Resolution (If VRAM is limited.)
- Texture Filtering
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