Gundam Evolution: Best Settings For Max FPS

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As a free-to-play first-person shooter, Gundam Evolution features two teams of six players each vying for victory in several objective-based game modes. Players control a Mobile Suit which gives them access to its unique arsenal of weapons. The game has recently launched on PC.

In this guide, I will tell you the best settings for maximum frame rates per second in Gundam Evolution.

However, before looking at the best settings, it is important to know that your PC should at least meet the minimum requirements for the game.

  • Memory: 8 GB
  • Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-3570
  • File Size: 40 GB
  • OS: Windows 10(64-bit)/Windows 11

If you have a decent PC, you should easily be able to run Gundam Evolution.

Best Settings For Max FPS in Gundam Evolution

1. Resolution: 1920×1080

The resolution of Gundam Evolution should be 1920×1080 because all testing takes place on this resolution. It means the game is best optimized and is more likely to run smoothly on 1920×1080.

2. Highest Frame Rate: 60-120

The highest frame rate should be anywhere between 60 and 120. The number you choose here will ultimately decide how smooth your game will be. The higher the number is the better the gameplay would be. Keep in mind that the max FPS option you can select in Gundam Evolution at the time of release is 120.

3. VSync: OFF

You should keep your VSync OFF unless by default because nowadays, screens at least have a 60Hz refresh rate. Hence, even if you go beyond your screen’s capabilities, you are less likely to have screen tearing. Also, if you choose a higher frame rate like 120 FPS in the game and turn on VSync when your system has a 60Hz refresh rate, then it is almost equal to playing 60 FPS.

4. Render Scale: 100%

If you choose the Ultra Settings preset the Render Scale will go from 100% to 75%. Hence, you would need to have a custom setting by setting the Render Scale to 100%.

5. Post Processing: Medium

The Post Processing option is a crucial option that plays a huge role in your FPS. Don’t overdo it unless you have a high-end CPU. If you have a decent CPU that meets the minimum requirements, then the safest bet here would be to choose Medium for Post Processing.

6. Texture Filtering: Medium-High

In texture filtering, there is room for more options as compared to other settings. You can go for the high option if you own a decent PC, but if you have a laptop, then the medium option is the way to go.

7. Shadows: Medium

The shadows setting should be higher, but due to a huge focus and processing load of shadows, it is recommended to choose the medium settings, or else you will see a huge decrease in your FPS.

8. Anti-Aliasing: Medium

Anti-aliasing smooths the rough surfaces for a better visual and more immersive experience. If you have a low resolution, you need to turn this up to high, but if you are playing at the recommended 1920×1080 resolution, having Anti-Aliasing on Medium is the best option.

That’s it for the Gundam Evolution guide. If you want more guides, make sure to check out our huge collection of them. 

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