How to Increase FPS in V Rising: Improve Performance and Reduce Lag

In this guide for V Rising, we learn to Improve Performance to gain some additional FPS and Reduce certain lags that the game throws at us during our gameplay.

How to Increase FPS in V Rising: Improve Performance

Due to the stunning graphics that V Rising offers, players can often face difficulties while trying to run the game on older machines.

Problems like lag, stutters, and low FPS can also be common on mid-tier PCs. If you’re facing these problems, here are some steps you can take to fix these issues:

Windows and General Settings

Turn off Xbox Game Bar and other recording software

Unless you’re specifically looking to record every second of your gameplay, the Xbox Game Bar and other recording software like Nvidia Instant Replay should always be turned off to maximize your game’s performance.

To turn off the game bar, simply type ‘Enable Xbox Game Bar’ in your Windows search and disable it from there.

You can turn off Nvidia Instant Replay by navigating to Geforce Experience and turning off Instant Replay from there. 

Enable Game Mode

The Game Mode in Windows is specifically designed to optimize your system’s performance while you’re playing games. To enable it, head over to the search bar, type ‘Game Mode’, and enable it from there. 

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Power Options

You have to make sure that your system is using all the resources possible when playing heavy games. Go to your search bar, type ‘Power Options’, and change it from ‘Balanced’ to ‘High Performance’. 

Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling

This feature is only available on modern Nvidia GPUs but can significantly enhance your game’s performance and increase FPS when playing V Rising. To enable it, type ‘Graphic Settings’ in the search bar, find Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling, and set it to ‘On’. 


Best In-Game Settings for V Rising

In-game settings

To get the maximum possible FPS, play V Rising by disabling V-Sync. Turn down the graphics settings to as low as possible. You can keep the textures to medium but the rest of them should be low.

Shadows

should be set to the lowest since that takes up the most CPU and GPU. Set the additional options like Motion Blur, Depth of Field, and Blood Effects to Off.

Anti-Aliasing

This option can be set to TAA, but it can make the game look blurry.

V Rising Graphics Settings for performance


If you follow the above instructions carefully, you can run V Rising in decent Frames without hampering much of the performance or visuals. If you face any issues, let us know via the comment section below.


Last Updated on February 4, 2024

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