When it comes to PC gaming, performance is key, so here are the best settings to get high FPS in Starfield! You’ll be traveling the cosmic universe as smoothly as possible.

Bethesda’s latest RPG is quite extensive, with over 1,000 planets, so having some FPS issues is a likely occurrence for players who may not have the best hardware.

However, with these settings, you can boost your FPS to ensure a better experience exploring the vast Starfield world.

Best Settings for High FPS in Starfield

When you boot up Starfield, on the main menu, head to Settings and click on Display. Here are the settings you should have to ensure a high performance while still keeping a decent level of quality:

Borderless Full ScreenOn
Window Size16:9
Select MonitorN/A
Dynamic ResolutionOff
Render Resolution Scale75%
Graphics PresetCustom
Shadow QualityMedium
Indirect LightingHigh
Particle QualityLow
Volumetric LightingMedium
Crowd DensityMedium
Motion BlurOff
GTAO QualityMedium
Grass QualityMedium
Contact ShadowsLow
Enable VRSOn
Film Grain Intensity0.50
Enable Depth of FieldOn
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Best Settings for FPS in Starfield

If you are still encountering issues with FPS even after changing these settings, you may have to reduce quality further and solely focus on performance.

In this instance, we would suggest changing some “High” or “Medium” settings down to “Low” to increase FPS.