After dominating the battle royale genre on PC and Consoles for the past few years, Apex Legends has finally been introduced to mobile devices by Respawn Entertainment following a prolonged stage of beta testing.
The Android and iOS versions of Apex Legends give their players an experience that is nothing short of their PC counterparts. In fact, players also have the option to play the game at over 60 FPS if their device can handle it.
However, if you have a low-end device, you’ll have to make several adjustments to run the game properly. In this guide, we’re gonna take a look at how you can optimize your Apex Legends game to get 60 FPS while playing and gain a competitive edge over your opponents.
How to Get 60 FPS in Apex Legends Mobile – Performance Guide
Apex Legends Mobile: Improve Performance
First, players have to make sure that their devices meet the minimum system requirements for Apex Legends Mobile. Here are the official system requirements of the title:
Apex Legends Mobile System Requirements
- Soc: Snapdragon 435/ Hisilicon Kirin 650/ Mediatek Helio P20/ Exynos 7420
- Android 6.0
- Open GL 3.1 or higher
- 4 GB free space
- At least 2 GB RAM
- iPhone 6S or later
- OS version: 11.0 or later
- CPU: A9
- 4 GB free space
- At least 2GB RAM
Once you’ve confirmed that your device can handle the game, it’s time to optimize the settings.
To optimize the performance for Apex Legends Mobile, launch the game and head over to the settings button located at the bottom-left. Then go to the ‘Display Settings’ tab to start optimizing your game.
Device Used To Test: Asus ROG 5
To get the maximum FPS, set the image quality to ‘smooth’. To get 60 frames per second FPS, set the Frame Rate Control settings on Ultra. Setting it to Extremely High will run the game on about 90 FPS on high–end devices.
That’s everything you need to know about optimizing your Apex Legends Mobile and running it at 60 Frames Per Second. Once you’ve adjusted these settings, your game should run at 60 FPS or more if your device can handle it.
As you can see from the above image, I managed to get a win with the above settings. The Framerate did not drop at all except when the map renders and you land. After that, Apex Legends Mobile was a smooth experience.
Make sure you are playing on a stable and reliable internet connection. Otherwise, the game can lag due to ping instability and spikes. Other than that, you should not have any issues in optimizing and running the game.
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Last Updated on November 1, 2022
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