Assassin’s Creed games over the years lost their original charm. They were good in their own way but never really felt like an Assassin’s Creed game. However, Ubisoft decided to take the franchise back to its roots with the new Assassin’s Creed Mirage.
The game is set in Baghdad and is one of the best-looking Assassin’s Creed games to date. The character models, the city with the warm tone, and the environmental details are perfectly balanced.
Games like these are normally heavy on the hardware. However, the multiple in-game graphics options let you adjust the visual quality to suit your needs. At the end of the day, performance does matter and in this guide, we will be talking about the Best Graphics Settings for Assassin’s Creed Mirage.
Best Assassin’s Creed Mirage Graphics Settings
When we talk about adjusting Graphics Settings, we mean for PCs that are average. There is no point in writing a guide for the RTX 4090s or the other beast cards out there. You will be easily able to max out the graphics without any loss in performance.
Here is how you can set the in-game graphics settings to ensure that you get decent performance and at the same time retain the visual depth of the game.
- Field of view: 90% (The higher you go the more of the screen is visible and you lose frames. 90 is the perfect number)
- FPS limit: Off (Don’t cap FPS)
- Active monitor: Depends on how many monitors you have
- Window mode: Fullscreen
- Aspect ratio: Native (Default 16:9)
- Resolution: Native (use whatever is your monitor resolution)
- VSync: Off (Reduces FPS to sync with the video. Resulting in input delay and overall low frames)
- Resolution scale: 100%
- Graphics quality: Custom
- World details: High (more VRAM required. If you have less than 4GB. make it Medium)
- Clutter density: Medium (same goes for Clutter density)
- Shadows: Low (Will give you a decent performance boost. Try not to go beyond Medium)
- Volumetric clouds: Medium (Really heavy on the GPU. I would recommend Medium or Low. Clouds do not really matter to me much. But if you go High you are just giving away frames for something that won’t really make a difference)
- Water: High (only impacts performance when you are near water bodies)
- Screen space reflections: On
- Environment textures: Medium (The higher you go, the more VRAM you need. If you have 6GB or higher, go for High or Very High. If it is less the 6GB, Medium is fine)
- Character textures: High (The same concept applies here but it takes a little less VRAM.)
- Depth of field: High
- Motion blur: Off (personal preference)
- Adaptive quality: Off
- Upsample type: Nvidia DLSS (DLSS normally upscales a lower resolution and makes it look similar to your selected resolution.)
- Upsample quality: Quality (go for Balanced if the FPS is too low)
- Sharpen strength: 65%
The best way to figure out what works best for you is to play around with the settings for a while. See which ones you can lower down and which ones make the game visually more appealing. If you want to sacrifice performance for visuals, go ahead and tweak the settings according to what looks good to you.
There you go, that is all you need to know about “Best Assassin’s Creed Mirage Graphics Settings”
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