Gray Zone Warfare Best Graphics Settings

Are you looking for the best Graphics Settings for Gray Zone Warfare? Well, you have come to the right place. In this guide, we will discuss the best graphics settings for Gray Zone Warfare to give you decent performance for better gameplay and enjoy the game’s beautiful visuals.

Gray Zone Warfare Graphics Settings for Best Performance along with Decent Visuals:

If you are one of those highly competitive dudes who love performance over anything, your best bet is to run this game on everything Low. It is logical to set everything to low for the best performance. However, if you like me want to enjoy the breathtaking visuals of this game as well, then this guide is for you.

Best Graphics Settings for Gray Zone Warfare:

Press Escape while in the game and go to Settings on the extreme top right corner of the menu. Now head to Graphics.


  • Window Mode: Fullscreen
  • Display Resolution: Default (Always Native)
  • Vertical FOV: 65
  • VSync: Off
  • Frame Rate Limit: Unlimited
  • Frame Rate Limit Background: 30 FPS


  • Global Illumination: Medium
  • Shadow Quality: Low (Has a huge impact on Performance.)
  • Texture Resolution: Medium (Depends on VRAM. So if you have 4 to 6 GB use Medium. Go above Medium only if you have more than 6Gb of VRAM)
  • Effects Quality: Low
  • Reflections Quality: Medium
  • Foliage Quality: Low (The game is filled with dense forest. Cranking this up to Medium or Higher could severely affect performance)

Post Processing:

  • Post Processing: Medium
  • Motion Blur: None


  • Anti-Aliasing/Upscaling Method: DLSS (Must use or more performance. It upscales a lower resolution to the selected resolution)
  • NVIDIA DLSS Super Resolution: Quality (Use Balanced for more performance. Quality gives the best visuals)
  • DLSS Sharpness: 70
  • NVIDIA DLSS Frame Generation: On
  • NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency: On

The game has a very high requirement for hardware. Adjusting graphics settings to give you the best of both worlds (gameplay and graphics) might be difficult. But at the end of the day, it comes down to how much you are willing to tweak. If you are comfortable with losing some frames for that extra visual depth, go for it.

That should be all on the Best Graphics Settings for Gray Zone Warfare.

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