Apex Legends

Apex Legends Best Settings for Low-End PC

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Apex Legends may be a difficult game to run if your PC can't keep up. Here's a guide on the best settings in Apex for a low-end PC.

The best thing to do while you may not be able to run Apex Legends well is to adjust the settings in your game. In addition, try exiting out of other applications and only running Apex Legends while playing. If you're experiencing lag, try double checking your internet speed as well.

Apex Legends Best Settings for Low-End PC

Some settings like sun shadows can be compromised for smoother gameplay. Here's the best settings for a low-end PC:

  • Anti-Aliasing: Off
  • Texture Streaming Budget: Lowest setting available
  • Texture Filtering: Anisotropic 2X
  • Ambient Occlusion Quality: Disabled
  • Sun Shadow Coverage: Low
  • Sun Shadow Detail: Low
  • Spot Shadow Detail: Off
  • Volumetric Lighting: Disabled
  • Dynamic Spot Shadows: Disabled
  • Model Detail: Low
  • Effects Detail: Low
  • Impact Marks: Low
  • Ragdoll: Low

You can head to your in-game settings to make these changes, allowing Apex Legends to run much smoother.