Friday The 13th Guide: How To Boost FPS To Increase Performance

Friday The 13th Boost FPS To Increase Performance

In Friday The 13th: The Game, which is a multiplayer game, there are seven players controlling Camp Crystal Lake counselors pit against one player who controls Jason Vorhees. This semi-open world game is set in the mid-1980s. The game released this year on May 26. It supports PC, PS4 and Xbox One platforms and is a multiplayer game. Friday The 13th Guide: Here you will find some tweaks that will help to boost FPS to increase performance in Friday The 13th: The Game.

Friday The 13th: The Game is based on Paramount Pictures film franchise of the same name and has the same fictional Camp Crystal Lake setting. All these and the time period very cleverly capture the feels of the original film. It is developed by IllFonic and the publisher is Gun Media.

Like most modern games on PC, this game also has a few bugs which may cause a decrease in performance. This guide will show a few tweaks to help you get a better performance on PC.

Friday The 13th Guide: How To Boost FPS To Increase Performance

Look for a specific folder. Follow the path SummerCamp>Saved>Config>WindowsNoEditor. Find the engine file and copy paste the following code.

[Core.System]
Paths=../../../Engine/Content
Paths=%GAMEDIR%Content
Paths=../../../Engine/Plugins/2D/Paper2D/Content

[/script/engine.engine]
bSmoothFrameRate=true
MinDesiredFrameRate=22.000000
SmoothedFrameRateRange=(LowerBound=(Type=”ERangeBoundTypes::Inclusive”,Value=22),UpperBound=(Type=”ERangeBoundTypes::Exclusive”,Value=92))
MaxPixelShaderAdditiveComplexityCount=128
MaxES2PixelShaderAdditiveComplexityCount=45
MinLightMapDensity=0.0
IdealLightMapDensity=0.02
MaxLightMapDensity=0.05
TimeBetweenPurgingPendingKillObjects=30
bDisablePhysXHardwareSupport=True

[/script/engine.renderersettings]
r.SeparateTranslucency=False
r.CustomDepth=1
r.DefaultFeature.Bloom=False
r.DefaultFeature.AmbientOcclusion=False
r.DefaultFeature.AmbientOcclusionStaticFraction=False
r.DefaultFeature.MotionBlur=False
r.DefaultFeature.LensFlare=False
r.DefaultFeature.AntiAliasing=0

Now, look for the scalability file.

Replace everything with this code. Just copy paste the following.

[ScalabilitySettings]
PerfIndexValues_ResolutionQuality=”50 50 50 50″

 [AntiAliasingQuality@0]
r.MSAA.CompositingSampleCount=1

[ViewDistanceQuality@0]
r.SkeletalMeshLODBias=5

[ShadowQuality@0]
r.LightFunctionQuality=0
r.ShadowQuality=0
r.Shadow.CSM.MaxCascades=0
r.Shadow.MaxResolution=32
r.Shadow.RadiusThreshold=0.24
r.Shadow.DistanceScale=0.1

[PostProcessQuality@0]
r.DepthOfFieldQuality=0
r.RenderTargetPoolMin=200
r.Upscale.Quality=0

[TextureQuality@0]
r.MaxAnisotropy=0

[EffectsQuality@0]
r.TranslucencyLightingVolumeDim=1
r.RefractionQuality=0
r.SceneColorFormat=3

[FoliageQuality@0]
r.ParticleLightQuality=0

Also, set the properties of these files to read only.

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