JGOD reveals high FPS Warzone Pacific graphics settings to make Caldera look great
Warzone Pacific players have been frustrated with the game’s graphics issues, and Call of Duty expert JGOD has now revealed his graphics settings to improve the visuals and FPS on PC.
However, popular Warzone expert JGOD has revealed his graphics settings for the game in a new video. These will help the game’s textures look much better while running at high FPS on PC.
JGOD Warzone Pacific High FPS graphics settings
JGOD talked about the Warzone Pacific graphic settings in a new YouTube video. He first went over the specs of his PC and revealed that his settings will focus on making the game look great while maintaining high FPS.
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Here are JGOD’s Warzone Pacific graphics settings:
- Fullscreen: On
- Refresh Rate: Monitor Max
- Render Resolution: Match monitor setting
- Framerate Limit: Cap at refresh rate max
- ADS Field of View: Affected
- Texture Resolution: Low
- Texture Filter Anisotropic: Normal
- Particle Quality: High
- Bullets Impacts & Sprays: On
- On-demand Texture Streaming: Disabled
- NVIDIA DLSS: Disabled
- Anti-Aliasing: Off
- World Motion Blur: Off
- Weapon Motion Blur: Off
- Shadow Map Resolution: Low
- Cache Spot Shadows: Enabled
- Cache Sun Shadows: Enabled
These ensure that the game has high FPS. He then recommended testing out the different colorblind filters in Warzone to improve the look of the game. You can pick whichever one suits you best.
JGOD Warzone Pacific NVIDIA filter settings
He then brought up NVIDIA Filters and how they help to improve the way the game looks. This is greatly beneficial to PC users who want a more visually appealing Warzone experience.
Here are his NVIDIA settings:
- Sharpen: 33%
- Clarity: 57%
- HDR Toning: 25%
- Bloom: 0%
- Tint Color: 0%
- Tint Intensity: 0%
- Temperature: 0
- Vibrance: 56.8
- Exposure: 0%
- Contrast: 9%
- Highlights: 0%
- Shadows: -40%
- Gamma: 0%
That covers all of JGOD’s graphics settings in Warzone Pacific Caldera. These will improve the quality of the textures without causing your FPS to drop, so be sure to try them out to see if they’re effective.
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However, it’s worth keeping in mind that these can vary depending on the system you’re playing the game on. So if you have a lower-end PC, you can try adjusting them in a way that suits you.
Image credits: Raven Software / JGOD