Best Fortnite Graphics Settings 2024 – PC, XBox, PS

Here are the best graphics settings for Fortnite in 2024 for PCs and video game consoles. These should work well for Chapters 3, 4, and even Chapter 5.

For PC’s To Boost FPS And Performance

For computers, the first thing you should know is the minimum and recommended requirements to run and play this game on your PC:

Minimum RequirementsRecommended Requirements
OSWindows 7/8/10 64-bit or Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6Windows 10/11 64-bit
ProcessorCore i3-3225 3.3 GHzIntel Core i7-8700, AMD Ryzen 7 3700x or equivalent
Memory8 GB RAM16 GB RAM or higher
Video CardIntel HD 4000 on PC; AMD Radeon Vega 8Nvidia GTX 960, AMD R9 280, or equivalent DX11 GPU or equivalent AMD GPU on Mac
Video Memory2 GB VRAM or higher4 GB VRAM or higher
Storage16 GB Free SpaceNVMe Solid State Drive

The best graphic settings for Fortnite on a PC are as follows:

For Higher-End PC’s

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Display:

  • Window Mode: Fullscreen
  • Resolution: I recommend using the same resolution as your monitor.
  • Vsync: Off
  • Frame Rate Limit: Match your monitor’s native refresh rate, and then I like to adjust it to my taste from there.
  • Rendering Mode: DirectX 11

Graphics:

  • Brightness: I like it a bit brighter than 100%
  • User Interface Contrast: 1X
  • Color Blind Mode: Tritanope looks the best and is what I use, but for the best performance, I like Deuteranope. You may need to adjust your brightness again after setting this.
  • Color Blind Strength: 5
  • Motion Blur: Off

Graphics Quality:

  • Auto-Set Quality: Auto-Set
  • Quality Presets: Custom
  • Quality Setting Guidance: n/a
  • Anti-Aliasing & Super Resolution: Off
  • Temporal Super Resolution: Native
  • 3D Resolution: 100%
  • Dynamic 3D Resolution: Off for performance, On for better graphics.
  • Ninite Virtualized Geometry: Off for performance, On for better graphics.
  • Shadows: Off for performance, On for better graphics.
  • Global Illumination: Off for performance, On for better graphics.
  • Reflections: Off for performance, On for better graphics.
  • View Distance: Near (for best FPS) or Medium (if you want to see a bit further)
  • Textures: Medium
  • Effects: Low for performance, higher for better graphics.
  • Post Processing: Low for performance, higher for better graphics.

Advanced Graphics:

  • Show FPS: On
  • Use GPU Crash Debugging: Off
  • Latency Markers: Off
  • NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency: On
  • Report Performance Stats: Disabled

Now, after clicking “Apply, ” I like to go back up and set “Rendering Mode” to “Performance. ” This will unlock a new setting called Meshes in the “Graphics Quality” section. Set Meshes to “Low.”

These settings are tailored to provide the best balance between visual quality and performance, considering the capabilities of different PC configurations.

For Lower-End, Slow PC’s Or Laptops

For lower-end, slow PCs, or laptops, the best graphic settings for Fortnite to maximize frames at 60FPS and reduce delay are as follows:

Set everything the same as above, except for:

  • Textures: Low
  • Settings like Effects, Reflections, etc. can be set to low or off.

These settings are optimized to provide a smoother gaming experience on lower-end systems, prioritizing performance over visual quality.

For Playstation 4 (PS4) Or Xbox One

If you are playing Fortnite on a PS4, I recommend trying these settings for the best performance:

  • Brightness: 120%
  • User Interface Contrast: 1X
  • Color Blind Mode: Protanope
  • Color Blind Mode Strength: 10
  • Safe Zone: Default
  • Motion Blur: Off. You can choose to turn this on, but I find that it makes it harder to spot enemies.
  • Show FPS: Off. I just leave this off since PS4’s FPS is usually running at around 60 anyway.

For Playstation 5 (PS5) Or Xbox Series X

  • Brightness: 120%
  • User Interface Contrast: 1.2X
  • Color Blind Mode: Protanope or personal preference.
  • Color Blind Mode Strength: 10 or personal preference.
  • Safe Zone: Default
  • Motion Blur: Off. You can choose to turn this on, but I find that it makes it harder to spot enemies.
  • Show FPS: Off.
  • 120FPS Mode: On.

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