Our Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PC Settings Guide should hopefully help you remove stuttering and get higher FPS, read on for the full guide.
Odyssey is the biggest and the best looking Assassin’s Creed game yet, on PC the game is really demanding so we’ll have to make some tweaks so that the game runs better.
The first thing we need to note is the more open an area is the more dips to expect, this is really troublesome when you’re not using G-Sync or FreeSync, we need to then make sure we squeeze our as many FPS possible from the game so we don’t dip below 60FPS.
Before continuing if you have a 2080Ti or a similar card don’t go directly into the comments claiming you’re running the game at 120FPS for something, this guide is for people who may not have as powerful hardware, however it should help squeeze more FPS for all types of hardware.
Follow the following Steps to remove stuttering and get more FPS in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey on PC:
Nvidia/AMD/Windows Control Panel Settings:
- Make sure the Power Setting is set to “Maximum Power/Performance”
- Enable use pre-rendered frames (1 Frame is fine)
- Enable G-Sync or Free Sync if you have the hardware
- Disable Anti Aliasing
- Disable Dynamic Resolution to reduce dips and jaggies
- Play around with settings according to your hardware, high or very high is doable on most recent graphics cards (1070, 1080, etc)
- Ambient Occlusion should be turned down to medium in bigger areas, however most of the time its fine on high
- Play the game in 60Hz full screen and set the limited to a max of 60FPS
- Have the latest drivers for your cards. The latest NVIDIA drivers have improvements for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
- Don’t use external programs for cap your frame rate, use the in-game limiter instead
- Disable fullscreen optimization by right clicking the game’s .exe file and disabling the option under the compatibility tab
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Update: Reader “
Turn down volumetric clouds, it is the biggest performance to visual ratio hit on FPS. Turning to high nets 20 percent frame rate increase, medium gets over 35 percent increase. This was tested on 1080ti 4k
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is out now on PC, Xbox One and PS4.