Evil Dead: The Game – Best Graphics Settings Guide

Evil Dead is Rated R when it comes to BGV and Hack n’ Slash in general. Well however it may be, the game is finally out for players on PC. You can fetch the game from Epic Store. Everyone is talking about the new DLSS added to the game.

In this guide, I will try to show you the best graphics settings for Evil Dead: The Game, along with the DLSS settings I used to get decent FPS. I hope the settings will fetch you good framerates and performance.

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The Best Graphics Settings for Evil Dead: The Game

When it comes to graphics options for this game, I found it quite limited. But the small elements had a large impact when it came to the visuals. For that reason, every setting in this game is important and should be taken note of.

Evil Dead The Game Minimum Requirements

These are the bare minimum system specs to run the game, so make sure you at least meet them.

  • CPU: Core i5-4590 / AMD FX-8350
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • OS: Windows 10 64 bit
  • VIDEO CARD: GeForce GTX 960 / Radeon R9 270
  • PIXEL SHADER: 5.1
  • VERTEX SHADER: 5.1
  • DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 2048 MB

Evil Dead The Game Recommended Requirements

 These are the recommended settings or specs for Evil Dead: The Game. If you want to experience the game at its best, this is the way to go!

  • CPU: Core i7-7700 / Ryzen 2600X
  • RAM: 16 GB
  • OS: Windows 10 64 bit
  • VIDEO CARD: GeForce GTX 1070 Ti / Radeon RX 5600 XT
  • PIXEL SHADER: 5.1
  • VERTEX SHADER: 5.1
  • DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 6144 MB

In-Game Graphics Settings

As I mentioned earlier, I found the options to tweak, quite limited. I wish there were more options to change a lot of elements that I would or would not want in the game. An example of this would be the unwanted motion blur I saw.

  • NVIDIA DLSS – Auto (This improved my framerates to some extent. After that you can tweak the sharpness as per your liking)
  • DLSS Sharpness – 0.7 (I found this to be the aptest for my eyes, This reduced the blurriness to some extent, but it was still there)
  • Display Mode – Fullscreen (For a game like this, you will want to play on fullscreen to experience it to the fullest)
  • View Distance – Medium (You can play on High, but Medium was fine for me and I could see enemies from far even with medium settings)
  • Post Processing – High (This was changing the environment quite a bit. If you are running a medium-low end system, set this to medium)
  • Shadows – Medium (This was the lowest I could go. This does take a lot of frames so keep this to Medium or High if you are on an RTX 3080 or higher)
  • Textures – High (This makes the game look as good as your system can handle. Does take up some resources but totally worth it)
  • Effects – Low (Effect do take up framerates, are and are known to fluctuate FPS as they happen, so keep it medium or low)
  • Shading – Medium ( I could not spot a large difference in High and Medium, but it was taking up a few frames, so this is Medium for me)
  • Vertical Synchronization – Off (Also called Vsync, this will lock your FPS to 60 if you keep this ON. Ideally if you are not facing fluctuations, turn this off)
  • Tessellation – On (This is totally GPU-centric setting. If you are not running an RTX Card, turn this off. This smoothens out edges even more.)

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  • Here is a video Link for the same – Link

What System Did We Use To Test?

These are the system specs I used to test Evil Dead: The Game:

  • GPU – RTX 3060Ti FE
  • CPU – Ryzen 5 5600x
  • RAM – 32GB DDR4 (@3000MHz)
  • OS – Windows 10 64Bit
  • Cooling – Liquid (240mm AIO)
  • Storage – 1TB Nvme M.2 SSD

Results and More Tips for Performance

The game should not lag or stutter with the above or similar system and settings. Still, you would want to do the following:

  • Disable unwanted background apps
  • Set Power Saving to High performance
  • Disable NVIDIA and/or Windows Game Bar
  • Clean up your PC using any PC Cleaner (I personally use CCleaner)
  • Keep your SSD and HDD in a Healthy State. This is quite a common, but often overlooked step which causes major lag and stuttering issues.
  • Cooling for your System should be top-notch.

With the above settings, I got an average FPS of about 145. For those of you who are running low to medium end rigs for example:

  • GTX 1650, GTX 1660, GTX 1070 or a 1050Ti
  • and for processors – i3, i5, i7, Ryzen 5 series processors

Keep the textures to medium and tessellation along with post-processing to medium/low.

TIP! – You can tweak the resolution for the game by opening the Settings.ini file for Evil Dead: The Game. The Path should be

  • AppData > Config > WindowsEditor – Located inside My PC > Your Username

That is all I am sharing in this guide for the best graphics settings for Evil Dead: The Game. Leave your queries and thoughts down in the comments below.

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Last Updated on May 24, 2022

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