Praey for the Gods – Best Graphics Settings Guide

Welcome to a guide on Praey for the Gods Best Graphics Settings. By doing these settings tweaks, you will ensure that the game runs smooth at a decent FPS. Always check the minimum system specs to be sure about the game.

You should also cross-reference with the specs I used to test to know the best settings for yourself as well. You can get Praey for the Gods on Steam as it is available for purchase there.

Praey for the Gods best graphics settings guide

Praey for the Gods – Best Graphics Settings Guide

These will be the best graphics settings for Praey for the Gods on PC. As I mentioned earlier, meeting the minimum system requirements is must to run this one. Also, check the system specs I listed and some more tips.

If you have entry level systems like 1050TI, 1060, 1650 and i3 10th gen processors, I will show some more tweaks to get decent FPS on them as well. keep reading this guide for the full information.

Best Graphics Settings In-Game⇓

These are the main graphics settings for Praey for the Gods. This is found in the options menu. There are sliders for the game instead of toggle options. Do the following tweaks for “Graphics” option:

  • Fullscreen Exclusive (best settings I found for this option unless you ALT-TAB frequently)
  • Resolution – Native (2560×1440 for me)
  • Quality Level – 50% (This is the overall graphics quality of Praey for the gods)
  • Particle Count – 60% (number of particles visible on the screen. You should keep this balanced)
  • Motion Blur – 0 (hogs a lot of FPS so ideally, keep this to the lowest)
  • Terrain Quality – 55-60% (Terrain textures are loaded depending on the slider. Balanced is fine here)
  • Physics Quality – 50% (Physics particle quality are adjusted using this setting)
  • Fur Shell Count – 70% (fur and shell count can be tweaked with this one)
  • Draw Distance – 35-40% (Distance from the intended goal in-game is made using draw distance. Keep this one to balanced as well)
  • Grass Draw Distance – 50% (Grass textures can take up some distance. But a balanced 50% won’t hurt at all)
  • Shadows – Off (Shadows take up most of the resources of turned on. I would highly suggest to keep this off unless you have high end system)
  • Shadow Distance and Resolution – 15%
  • Anti-Aliasing – Off (On if you have a medium-high end system and want to get rid of some jagged edges)
  • Depth of Field – Off (Off for the best FPS possible for medium level specs)
  • Chromatic Aberration – Off
  • V-sync – Off (if you face too much Frame jumps and jitters, you should turn this on to lock the FPS)

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System Requirements for Praey for the Gods⇓

MINIMUM:

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz, AMD CPU Phenom II X4 940
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 670 or AMD GPU Radeon HD 7870
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: DirectX 11 is necessary to run the game.

RECOMMENDED:

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7 or 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) or Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i7 3770 3.4 GHz, AMD CPU AMD FX-8350 4 GHz
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 770 or AMD GPU Radeon R9 290
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: DirectX 11 is necessary to run the game.

System Specs used To Test Praey for the Gods⇓

Processor Intel Core i7 7700
Operating System Windows 10 – 64Bit
Graphics Card GTX 1060
RAM – Memory 32GB DDR4
Storage 1TB HDD 7200rpm

These are the main system settings I used to test the game. I will list down the results and some more tips to improve your frame rates for other entry level systems.

Results and Tips for More FPS⇓

Here is how the game look after applying the above settings and tweaks:

Praey for the Gods best graphics settings guide

The average FPS I was getting ranged from 68-75 FPS. The highest recorded was 95FPS and the lowest I got was around 65. These are decent results considering that I am running on an entry level system with lower GPU.

If you want more frame rates and you are running a lower processor and card, try to lower the quality sliders to 30-40% and turn on the Vsync if you facing too many FPS Jumps, That should hopefully resolve the issue.

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