While the Call of Duty: Warzone chapter has been released for PC, PS4 and Xbox One with a lot of improvements, myriad of COD players are now looking for the best settings for this game to get an upper hand on their opponents. The COD Warzone settings really matter when it comes to winning the battle at any cost provided that you have the optimal system requirements for COD:Warzone. As the game now comes with largest map, fully loaded Warzone vehicles, and multiple options and keybinds, the gamers need the best possible settings to sort out the tricks and to master the game.
As already discussed, the game comes with a lot of improvements and changes; you’ll need to tweak the audio, graphical and gameplay settings that suit you better. But remember, all these settings are based on the personal preference some specific changes can significantly give you an edge over your competitor.
For your convenience, we’ve arranged the best warzone settings for PC to get you off to a winning start. With these settings you’ll be able to move quickly, spot targets easily and run the game at its full potential.
A Video Guide on PC Settings For COD: Warzone Pacific Season 3
1. Audio Settings:
For any game optimum audio settings is quintessential for better audio experience and to decipher opponent’s movements. This is also important for player’s awareness of battlefield.
It becomes difficult to find out which audio setting is best when there are multiple options to choose from. So, to receive a clear sound and to get a better understanding of the game, here are the best audio settings for COD: Warzone
|Audio Mix||Boost High|
2. Controller Settings
Controller is like gear and steering of the vehicle. Unless you know which the most appropriate setting for the controller is, you can’t even cross a single field in the first try and with no damage received.
So, controller setting according to the personal preference which you are already familiar with is as necessary as sound and graphical settings. So, the better point to note is to set the controller with optimum settings before you enter the warzone. Here are our preferred settings for controller in Call of Duty: Warzone.
|Button Layout Preset||Default|
|Stick Layout Preset||Default|
|Invert Vertical Lock||Disabled|
|Horizontal Stick Sensitivity||6|
|Vertical Stick Sensitivity||6|
|ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (Low Zoom)||1.20|
|ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (High Zoom)||1.30|
|Aim Response Curve Type||Standard|
|Weapon Mount Activation||ADS + Melee|
|Weapon Mount Movement Exit||Disabled|
|Aim Down Sight Behaviour||Hold|
|Use/Reload Behaviour||Tap To Reload|
|Depleted Ammo Weapon Switch||Enabled|
|Auto Move Forward||Disabled|
|Vehicle Camera Recentre||Enabled|
Bear in mind that all these settings are based on our experience and personal preference. So, first experiment with these settings and then decide which one suits you better.
3. Graphics Settings
|Display Mode||FullScreen (For smoother display)|
|Display Adapter||Your graphics card|
|Screen Refresh Rate||Max (The higher the better)|
|Render Resolution||Optimum 100 (go for higher if system is capable to bear the load)|
|Sync Every Frame||Disabled (to maintain the FPS and refresh rate)|
|Custom Framerate limit||Same as refresh rate or unlimited|
|Nvidia Highlights||Disable (Enable if you are a streamer or a YouTuber)|
|Texture Resolution||Medium for old graphics cards or High for newer graphics cards (For the best gaming experience)|
|Texture filter Anisotropic||Medium or High depending on the system|
|Bullet Impacts and sprays||Enabled (to spot the direction of snipers’ gunshot)|
|Tessellation||Disabled (to avoid unnecessary lighting effect)|
|Shadow Map Resolution||low (Go high if you have the best graphics card)|
|Cache Spot Shadows||Enabled (for smoother gameplay)|
|Cache sun shadows||Enabled|
|Particle Lighting||low (to better spot the players)|
|Ray Tracing||Off/Disabled (Enable if you have RTX 2060 or above)|
|Ambient Occlusion||Disabled (Unnecessary graphics effects)|
|Screen Space Reflection||Disabled|
|Anti Aliasing||off or SMAA 1x ( depending on the graphics card you have)|
|Depth of field||Disable (Unnecessary graphics effects)|
|Filmic Strength||Default (set to 1 for best performance)|
|World Motion Blur||Disabled (enable if you have good graphics card)|
|Weapon Motion Blur||Disabled|
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