Battlefield 1 Guide: How to Increase FPS

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Battlefield 1 is a World War 1 themed first person shooter video game developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts. The fifteenth installment in the Battlefield game series, this game was released on 21 Oct 2016 and is the first main entry in the series since Battlefield 4. It is currently available for Microsoft Windows, PS4 and Xbox One.

PC users are struggling for good performance in the game. So, in this guide, we show a few tweaks you can use to boost your fps in the game.

For Nvidia users, make sure to turn off ShadowPlay from the Nvidia settings and update your drivers. For AMD users, just update your drivers.

Battlefield 1 Guide: How to Increase FPS

Follow the steps below for getting boost in fps.

  1. Run the game in Borderless or Windowed mode.
  2. Set No Memory Limits for VRAM in Advanced Settings.
  3. Depending upon your hardware, switch Direct X12 on or off.
  4. Turn off Xbox GameDVR for Windows 10 users.
  5. Install ParkControl and disable the parking for windows 7 or 8 users.
  6. Disable C1E and enable EIST in your bios (Not recommended as this changes BIOS settings).
  7. Enable Hyperthreading for Intel i7 users.
  8. Avoid using Multi-monitor.
  9. Disable GPU Memory Restrictions in Advanced Video Settings.
  10. In the Task Manager, in the processes tab, right click on the Battlefield process and set priority to high.

You can find the complete Battlefield 1 guide here.