24 Entertainment’s Naraka: Bladepoint is known to have some lag spikes and glitches especially if you have mid-end rig. As such, we’ve hand-picked the best graphics settings for the game that should help you get greater than 60 FPS at all times.
While these settings do make you lose out a bit on visual fidelity, they do introduce a lot of clarity while also eliminating FPS drops altogether thereby improving your gaming experience by a large margin.
NARAKA: BLADEPOINT Best Graphics Settings
NARAKA: BLADEPOINT is a relatively poorly optimized game. Once you get to more dense areas, you’ll notice massive frame drops. These settings are meant to counteract these issues and to improve overall game stability.
NARAKA: BLADEPOINT In-Game Settings
- Graphics API: DirectX 11
- Render Scale: 100
- Display Mode: Fullscreen
- Resolution: Native
- Max Frame Rate: 1.5x higher than native refresh rate.
- Filter: Default
- HDR: Off
- VSync: Off
- Anti Aliasing Algorithm: Off
- Checkerboard Rendering: Off
- NVIDIA DLSS: Super Performance (If Available)
- NVIDIA Reflex: Reflex + Boost
- Quick Set Graphics: Low
NVIDIA Control Panel Settings
- Anisotropic Filtering: Off
- Antialiasing – FXAA: Off
- Antialiasing – Gamma Correction: Off
- Antialiasing – Mode: Override any application setting
- Antialiasing – Setting: 2x
- Shader Cache: Off
- Threaded Optimisation: Off
- Vertical Sync: Off
As is customary with the release of any new game, Nvidia and AMD have both pumped out game ready drivers for their chipsets that provide users with an enhanced experience.
For NVIDIA users, download the official Game Ready Driver Version 471.68
For AMD users, download Adrenalin 21.8.1
Once the you have installed the updated drivers, consider checking out our NVIDIA Control Panel Settings Guide for the best performance.
With all of these graphics settings locked and loaded, NARAKA BLADEPOINT should run like an absolute dream on your PC! If you have any other suggestions, let us know in the comments section down below.