(COD) Call of Duty Warzone – Best Graphics Settings

Last Updated on July 13, 2021

Call of Duty Warzone – Best Graphics Settings – COD Warzone has been out for more than 24 hours now, but some of the things aren’t really obvious, the settings for the game are going to be different compared to the other modes. Other modes have smaller maps and lesser opponents/enemies, in Battle Royale, you don’t need better graphics, you need the right configuration to have an edge over your opponent.

Modern Warfare’s launch was a blast, it came with a huge pile of errors and bugs that took a long time to solve. Similar errors have popped for Warzone and they might take a while to get fixed. Till then, we can tweak the game settings for better performance. I’ve already written an article on how to boost FPS in Warzone, you can read it if you are facing issues such as stuttering and crashing.

Call of Duty Warzone – Best Graphics Settings

Below are the settings that should work out just fine for everyone.


  • Display Mode : Fullscreen
  • Render Resolution : 100
  • Aspect Ratio : Wide 16:9
  • Sync Every Frame (V-sync) : Disabled
  • Custom Framerate Limit : Unlimited
  • Nvidia Highlights : Disabled
  • Display Gamma : 2.2 (sRGB)

Details and Textures

  • Texture Resolution : Low
  • Texture Filter Anisotropic : Low
  • Particle Quality : Low
  • Bullet Impacts & Sprays : Disabled
  • Tessellation : Disabled

Shadows and Lighting

Disable everything/ Turn down every setting to the lowest.

Post Processing Effects

  • Anti-Aliasing : SMAA T2X
  • Depth of Field : Disabled
  • Filmic Strength : 0.00
  • World Motion Blur : Disabled
  • Weapon Motion Blur : Disabled
  • Film Grain : 0.00

The general rule of thumb for every game is if you are lagging it is always recommended to tone down the settings. Play around a little bit with the settings, turn down shadows and textures, this should help.

The game runs well on mid/low-end computers. A friend of mine with i5 5400 and 1060 was getting around 50-60 FPS with the settings given above. I wouldn’t say that getting 50-60 FPS is the best, but not everyone around has beefy PC’s to run the game at 144FPS. However, my computer with i7 8700 with 2060 Super was able to achieve constant 144 FPS.

Do comment below if this article helped you out.

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Written by Vikas

Hey, I am Vikas. I've had a longstanding passion for computing and gaming for over a decade now. With a computer science degree under my belt sparking my initial interest in the industry from a young age, you'll often find me immersed for hours in the latest PC titles, especially enjoying multiplayer online games, while also enjoying sharing my insights and reviews. My work has been featured on IGN, Kotaku, MSN and Forbes to name a few. In my spare time, I read books and play with my cats.

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