Valorant’s best settings for low-end PCs are not just for those who have a lower end setup, since Valorant professionals have their default settings to the most basic version of the game in order to have the best accuracy with every executed plan. Even with a low-end setup, Valorant doesn’t need all the fancy graphics anyway to have an enjoyable gaming experience.
Valorant Best Settings for Low End PC
The best settings that every player, either professional or beginner, should follow are not that complicated to change and can be found in the game settings.
Under the “General” tab, make sure that the resolution is the “Monitor’s Native Resolution” option, and the display mode is “Fullscreen”. A player's full attention will be towards the game, and even if a player sacrifices the quality of the game, they can at least view it fully depending on the display mode.
Under “General” and the “Graphics Quality” tab, there are certain settings to change in order to limit how much the graphics are affecting different aspects of the game like fps, which can greatly impact the overall playability of Valorant.
- Material Quality: Low
- Texture Quality: Low
- Detail Quality: Low
- Vignette: Off
- V-Sync: Off
- Anti-Aliasing: None
- Anisotropic Filtering: 1x
- Improve Clarity: On
- Experimental Sharpening: Off
- Bloom: Off
- Distortion: Off
- First Person Shadows: Off
Finally, under the “General” section, the “Stats” tab will allow players to visually see certain stats in which they can view how much their game is being affected by their settings or internet. Find “Client FPS” and turn it on to “Text Only”.