It has been a long wait for the next game from the Avatar franchise as Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has been released. After 14 years, we have a new open-world action-adventure game to enjoy as we discover never-before-seen regions of Pandora.
That is why players need to know about which mode to use in the game. You will have your choice between Quality and Performance modes, as is the case nowadays.
The following guide will help players understand how to keep on Performance mode if they prefer that.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora – How To Switch ON Performance Mode
Players will not be asked to switch between the present and alternative modes as they start the game. That is why you may not be able to get it till you have already played a fair portion.
You can head to the System menu by selecting the button present at the top left corner of the Map or Character screen. Players also have the option of hovering over the option with the cursor and clicking to open it.
You will now be inside the Settings menu and now, go to the Display tab here. The second setting here will be originally set to “Favor Quality” by default. Players wanting to change it to “Favor Performance” can toggle the button here.
However, you will not be immediately told here what other settings have been changed, so you must manually check them.
What happens when you select Performance Mode
Players will find that their Motion Blur is turned Off and locked, meaning you cannot change it to On again. That is a bit weird, and there is no specific reason except what is mentioned under Graphic Quality, which reads that it is only a present and changes on its own for different settings based on your choice of mode.
That is why players are not too clear about what has changed, but we know that field-of-view (FOV) remains as it is.
Thus, that is all the information players will need when changing to Performance Mode and what all that entails.
It may not be that advanced compared to other games, but you will still be able to gain the best advantage through this for Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. Of course, you can always switch it back to the Quality Mode if you are not enjoying it later on.
Last Updated on December 7, 2023
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