Fortnite - Chapter 3 Settings Guide. Fps Boost, Colorblind Modes, More



The epic did not really add a ton of new settings this season, especially when compared to past new chapters, but they did change a lot of the existing ones. The settings that I'm going to show you today include the best color blind and brightness mode options, the most optimal rendering mode to get you the highest frame rate, as well as a fix for the weird blurriness that you get in performance mode.

I got pretty much all of these settings from top-tier pros or just kind of figured them out myself, so on top of them working really well. I'm going to explain them and also give you my justification. Thus, I hope you're all excited that timestamps should be integrated into the article as per usual, but without further ado, let's get right into it.

How to fix performance mode

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All right so to start off, we're going to talk about performance mode and the random kind of blurriness that you now get, as you can see if I go to my settings, which are now on the left side of the screen. I don't know why they changed them. I guess you can still see them above my head, but like, why did you have to do that epic?

Either way, if you go down, you can see I am in performance mode, which is now in beta. How many of you guys noticed it went from alpha to beta? They also changed the little I guess paragraph, explaining that it does essentially what Epic did outside of changing the way buildings look. We're going to cover that in a minute.

Don't worry epic added anti-aliasing. In performance mode now, I'm not sure how well you guys can notice it, but my game looks a lot blurrier than in the past. You can see it in the loading screen by just looking at my character. You can actually see it the best when you slide and look at the trees on your left.

They're like, insanely blurry. Do you see how blurry that is? I don't know why Epic added it, but I guess I do. I said it was anti-aliasing. I just don't understand why they had to put it in either way. You know me. Your boy has a fix and one of the first ones is to go to your settings, down at the top, or sorry, bottom left now, and what you're going to do is go to your graphics quality.

This is what it looks like if you're in performance mode. I'm going to cover rendering modes after this, but you're going to take your 3D resolution from whatever it's at. Mine's 100 i'm going to put it down to like 25, basically any number that's not 100. Apply, then go all the way back up to 100, and apply boom, and now before you say vegetarian.

Nvidia sharpness trick

Nvidia sharpness trick

That didn't do anything. When you slide, it's still blurry. That is true, little Timmy. That's not the best fix, but it should fix some of your issues, especially if, like, your entire game looks blurry.

So solve number two. What I'm going to do is I'm going to tab out top right. I'm going to minimize the game really quickly. Am I in zone n°? Okay, well, it looks like we're running to zone boys. In the meantime, I'm going to minimize the game. I'm going to go to my Geforce Experience Application.

This is what it looks like. If you don't have this, you can download it from the internet. Bottom Bada boom. You can see Fortnite is right there, but we're going to go to the drivers first. What we're going to do This helped me out a ton with my FP this season. If you're going to check for updates once the latest Geforce game-ready driver comes out, which it's currently, And you're going to download that, and that should help your frame rate a ton.

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Wait, I'm almost in the zone. Okay, don't you just love windowed mode? But we're not done yet. Updating your drivers is important for not only your frames per second this season but also for fixing the blurriness. So what we're going to do is right click on our desktop, go to the Nvidia control panel, and from here we're going to go to adjust image settings with preview.

So that's the top left. What you want to click here is the middle one. Use the advanced 3D image settings. Don't click the top or the bottom, use the middle one. What taking me there does is allow you to manage 3D settings. That's right under the adjusting image settings with preview. I'm stuck on a rock.

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We like Fortnite. The trick here is that you want to go to your image scaling. You can see it's the top feature. It should be at the top for all of you guys under global settings. Mine is currently off and I have recommended it off in the past, but because Fortnite is randomly, insanely blurry in performance mode, you're going to take it from off to on, so it says GPU scaling and sharpening, and then you're going to take this and you're going to bring it to around 55.

This is what I personally think looks the best. It removes most of the blurriness. Also, don't click the overlay indicator. We just want to sharpen the image so there's no more blurriness as we slide. Press OK, and then we're going to apply it. It has been applied. Let's see My character is just auto-running into a tree.

I'm not sure if you guys can tell the difference. Let me kill it. I personally can see a huge difference in just how much sharper the image is when I run to the right and left when I build edit. There's just no more blurriness; it's completely gone. You can also see if you look at my weapons. On performance mode in chapter 3, that is because it was working fine before Epic changed it, and now for the true tests we're going to slide.

This will be a make or break. Don't do it. Okay, so it's not as bad as you think. I mean, I think it's impossible to fully remove the blurriness as you slide. I got rid of most of it just by moving normally and around my game. You can also see my fps is barely moving from 240. Wow, that's nice.

Again, all you're going to do is just turn on image sharpening in your NVidia, Geforce, or NVidia control panel, and that should remove most of it.

Chapter 3 rendering modes

Chapter 3 rendering modes

Onto the best rendering mode. It has not changed from last season to this one. In fact, it's probably gotten even clearer that performance mode is just the best. The newest big change Epic made to performance mode is that regardless of whether you're on high or low mesh, your belts now kind of have a bubble wrap aspect.

What I mean by that is you can see the builds that have not like the little pieces that I've not placed yet. They're now blue. Before they were clear. If I go to brick, you can see it's like bubble wrap kind of. You can see all of them. I guess it's easier to look at from the side, but what this does is it gives a whole new look and feel to performance mode in chapter 3.

Dx11 analysis

Dx11 analysis

What we're going to do in the meantime, don't ask me how I got on dx11. We're actually going to compare all the rendering modes' frames per second. I guess we'll compare their builds because you can see right now The builds have definitely gotten smoother in the past few months. The buildings are empty while you build them.

In this video, I talk about about the best new settings for Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 1. As I'm sure you all know, the FPS and overall look of the game has been really weird this season. The map is insanely bland on performance mode, and due to bad FPS and frame drops everything feels delayed. Don't worry if you're experiencing these issues because everyone else is too.
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