We all love high FPS and great graphics, but sometimes, we can not have the best of both worlds, and you must learn to compromise. The same applies to Call of Duty: WWII, where you need quite a good setup to get high frame rates.
First of all, make sure you meet the recommended system requirements. If you meet the minimum system requirements, but don’t meet the recommended system requirements, then don’t expect to get high frame rates in this game. You can try setting all settings to the lowest setting, but I doubt you will get an optimal gaming experience.
You can, however, speed up Windows 10 using our comprehensive guide on that topic since that will boost your FPS as well.
Anyways, here are the minimum and recommended system specifications for Call of Duty: WW2, which was released on the 3rd of November, 2017.
Minimum System Requirements
- OS: Windows 7, 8.1, 10 (64-bit)
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1400 / Intel Core i3-3225
- RAM: 8GB
- GPU: AMD Radeon HD 7850 2 GB / AMD RX 550 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2 GB / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050
- HDD: 90 GB
Recommended System Requirements
- OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
- CPU: AMD Ryzen R5 1600X / Intel Core i5-2400
- RAM: 12GB
- GPU: AMD Radeon R9 390 / AMD RX 580 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 6 GB / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060
- HDD: 90 GB
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Call of Duty: WWII Graphics Settings
These are not the best settings for all people. They’re the settings that we use and that we found to work the best for us so keep that in mind when looking through our settings.
Display Mode: Fullscreen
Use fullscreen to gain a performance boost over the other options.
Screen Refresh Rate: 144 Hz (if you have a 144Hz monitor) or 59.94 Hz (if you have a 60Hz monitor)
Sync Every Frame: Off
This is essentially V-SYNC so put this off as you don’t want input lag.
Maximum FPS: Your Preference
If you want to limit your FPS for some reason, then set this to an appropriate number that you feel comfortable with.
Aspect Ratio: Auto
Higher is better and gives you a competitive edge as you will be able to see much more, for example around corners, than a player with a FOV of 65 (the lowest setting).
Resolution: Your monitor’s native resolution
You can reduce this setting to improve performance, but we recommend setting this to native to begin with and then adjust accordingly.
Render Resolution: Native
If you want higher FPS, then lower your resolution, but not this setting. It’s better to do it this way.
Pre-T2X Resolution: Native
Post Process Anti-Aliasing: Filmic SMAA T2x
Set this to FXAA if you want higher FPS.
Texture Resolution: Extra
Normal Map Resolution: Extra
Specular Map Resolution: Extra
Fill Remaining Memory: Off
Shader Preload: On
Anisotropic Filtering: Normal
Shadow Map Resolution: Normal
Sun Shadow Bit Depth: Normal
Screen Space Shadows: Off
Screen Space Reflections: Off
Reflections cause a lot of FPS problems, so turn it off and gain 5-10 FPS instantly.