It’s obvious that when you lower the graphics settings, the FPS will increase, but what if we told you that you could make a compromise? You can analyze the settings and adjust the settings that affect the FPS the most.
This principle applies to all games with user-defined graphics settings, and this includes Star Wars: Battlefront 2, where you need a good PC to get excellent frame rates.
What you first need to do is to make sure that you meet the minimum requirements, at least, and we highly recommend that you meet the recommended PC specs if high frame rates are what you’re looking for.
So without any further explanation, here are the system requirements (minimum and recommended) for Star Wars: Battlefront 2.
Minimum System Requirements
Recommended System Requirements
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Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Graphics Settings
These settings below are not to be considered as the actual best settings for Star Wars: Battlefront 2. They are just the settings that work best for us and that our comprehensive testing showed us works best for most PCs.
Fullscreen Mode: Fullscreen
Use fullscreen to gain a performance boost over the other options. You can also set to Borderless if you want a smoother and much faster transition when alt-tabbing.
Enable Dynamic Resolution: No
Enable DirectX 12: On
Vertical Sync: Off
You want this at off since you don’t want input lag.
Motion Blur Amount: 0%
Resolution Scale: 100%
Just lower your resolution if you can do that instead of changing this setting as it’s better for the FPS to do it that way.
HUD Scale: 100%
Graphics Quality: Custom
Texture Quality: Ultra
Texture Filtering: Ultra
Lighting Quality: Ultra
Shadow Quality: Medium
Effects Quality: Ultra
Post Process Quality: Medium
Mesh Quality: Ultra
Terrain Quality: Ultra
Texture Groundcover: Ultra
Ambient Occlusion: Ultra
And there you have it! These are our recommended settings, and hopefully, it was useful to you as well.