Chivalry 2 | Best PC Graphics Settings for FPS

In this guide, I will be showing the best PC graphics Settings for the game. Since this is a multiplayer, performance is key for those clutch battles, and every frame will matter.

Best PC Graphics Settings for Chivalry 2

Make sure you cross-check with my system specs to get a better idea. I will also recommend that you meet the minimum specs for the game to be on the safe side.

Resolution1920×1080 (OR Native)
Window ModeFullscreen
Frame Rate SmoothingDisable Smoothing
Frame Rate CapUncapped
Resolution Scale100
View DistanceMedium
Shadow QualityMedium
Anti-Aliasing QualityTAA Low
Texture QualityEpic
Effect QualityMedium
Post-Processing QualityHigh
Motion Blur QualityOff
Motion Blur Intensity0.00
Ragdoll Lifetime12
Blood Decal Lifetime15
Ambient Corpse QualityMedium
Ambient ParticlesEnabled
Use DX12 BETA *Restart Required*Enabled
Use Variable Rate Shading *Restart Required*VRS On

chivalry 2 best pc settings

System Requirements for Chivalry 2


  • OS – Windows 10 64 Bit
  • Processor – Intel i3-4370
  • Memory – 8GB
  • Storage – 20GB
  • Graphics Card – Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 2 GB


  • OS – Windows 10 64 Bit
  • Processor – Intel i7 6700 or AMD Ryzen 5 3500x
  • Memory – 16GB
  • Storage – 20GB
  • Graphics Card – Nvidia GTX 1070 or AMD RX Vega-56


  • AUDIO: English | TEXT: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese – Brazil, Russian, Spanish – Spain, Chinese – Simplified, Chinese – Traditional, Korean, Polish, Japanese

Source: Epic Games

My System Specs Used To Test

  • OS – Windows 10 64 Bit
  • Processor – Ryzen 5 3600
  • Memory – 32GB DDR4
  • Storage – M.2 SSD
  • Graphics Card – Nvidia GTX 1050 TI OC 4GB
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Tested for 1080p at 60FPS

Results and Conclusion

Average FPS (D3D12)74-76
Average RAM Usage (MB)~ 7888
GPU Usage~ 99%
CPU Usage~ 14-16%
Power Consumption~ 37-39 Watt

I tested the game on DirectX 12 since I found that to be more stable than the D3D11 one. The goal was to get above 60FPS at 1080p as I mentioned earlier.

It was successfully done and I had no issues maintaining that. In graphically intense scenarios it went all the way down to 45FPS but that was for some seconds only. For most parts, it averaged around 74FPS.

If you happen to own an older version of the CPU, I will recommend you dial down some of the settings to Low and the High ones to medium.

You may also want to bring down the FOV to be on the safer side. The game is quite optimized for most parts, so as long as you meet the minimum specs, you should not have trouble running it.

Since it is multiplayer, you should ideally go for medium settings. This is up to personal preference. That would be all from this guide on the best settings for Chivalry 2.

Let me know how you are enjoying the game post-release. Thanks for reading and stay posted for more of such content!

Last Updated on January 12, 2024

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