Back 4 Blood is now available to download on Steam and Epic Games. Today we have posted the best Back 4 Blood graphics settings to achieve 60FPS to 144FPS in the game. These settings ensure stable performance on both older and newer hardware.
Window Mode: Fullscreen (Going for any other option significantly reduces your performance and adds input lag.)
Screen Resolution: Native (for 1080p screens). However, you might need to reduce some of these settings if you play on 1440p / 4k supported monitor.)
Motion Blur: Preference (Keeping it off.)
Chromatic Abberration: Off
Adaptive FX Quality: On (Hogs down on your Memory Usage. So, if you have 8 GB RAM, turn this off.)
Field of View: 90-100 (Dependent on your preference.)
V-Sync: Off (If you get screen tearing, turn this on!)
Limit FPS: On (Set it to your monitor’s refresh rate. You don’t want to render extra frames for no reason.)
Post Processing Quality: Medium / High (Setting this to High significantly impacts performance.)
Texture Quality: Medium / High (Medium if you have a card with 4-6 GB of Graphics Memory.
Effects Quality: Low (Significant impact on performance with little to no visual difference.)
Shadow Quality: Low / Medium (Depends on your performance load.)
Foilage Quality: Medium
HDR: Off / On (Depends on what kind of Monitor you have. Most modern monitors are HDR compatbile.)
Graphics API: DirextX 12 (Set it to DX12 if you have stable frame rates. Otherwise, revert it to DX11. Note that newer cards work best with latest APIs.)
Head on to your Library, find Back 4 Blood, click on Properties and paste the following in the Launch Options:
-USEALLAVAILABLECORES -NOSPLASH -nomansky +mat_antialias 0
Note: If your game is crashing, head to Steam properties click on Verify Integrity of Steam Folders.
Also, download the latest Nvidia and AMD graphic drivers.
CPU: Intel Core i5-8400 or AMD Ryzen 7 1800X
RAM: 12 GB
GPU Memory: 4 GB
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon RX 590