Best Graphics Settings for TO4: Tactical Operations
Tactical Operations is an amazing free to play a game that reminds you of the good old days. The graphics are decent and remind you of the games during the counter strike 1.6 era. It’s a great competitive game that honestly needs support from the gaming community. Some of our readers wanted to know how they could get the best FPS and lag-free gaming experience in Tactical Operations. So we decided to make a special guide on the best Graphics Settings for Tactical Operations:
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- Tactical Operations Graphics Settings to fix lag
- Resolution: Max
- Window Mode: Fullscreen
- Vertical Sync: Off
- Rendering Scale: 100
- Max FPS: Max or same as Monitor Refresh Rate
- Gamma: 50%
- Field of View: Default or Personal Preference
- Anti Aliasing: None or Temporal AA
- AA Quality: Low or Medium
- Post Processing: Medium or High
- Ambient Occlusion: Off
- Bloom: Off
- View Distance: High
- Shadows: Low
- Textures: High
- Effects: Medium
- Foliage: Low
Tactical Operations Graphics Settings to fix lag
A higher resolution is a must for playing tactical games like TO4 Tactical Operations. So at least play in 1080p minimum. If you play in lower resolutions you will strain your eyes which I don’t recommend.
Window Mode: Fullscreen
You have to play a tactical game in Fullscreen mode. Windows also gives high priority to fullscreen applications so you will get a better gaming experience as well as higher FPS in TO4 Tactical Operations.
Vertical Sync: Off
Vsync is one of the key reasons for the lag on older systems. You can use Vsync if you have an RTX but most people don’t so turn it off.
Rendering Scale: 100
Keep it at 100%. Higher will improve graphics quality but at the cost of FPS. If you go below 100% you will get blurry textures. So 100% is the best performance to graphics balance.
Max FPS: Max or same as Monitor Refresh Rate
Make sure to have the same FPS as your monitor refresh rate to have a lag-free gaming experience. If you have a PC then keep it at max FPS.
Keep it at default settings.
Field of View: Default or Personal Preference
Play as per your personal preference. Higher FOV is better for graphics and gameplay. Low FOV will increase FPS. I recommend default for most players
Anti Aliasing: None or Temporal AA
If you have a large monitor and are playing at a high resolution then use temporal AA. At lower resolutions, Antialiasing is bad and will give blurry textures in some cases. But at high resolutions, it’s a must. So use it accordingly.
AA Quality: Low or Medium
Same as above. Low if you have a small screen with low resolution. Medium settings if you have a large screen with high Resolutions.
Post Processing: Medium or High
Medium or High depending on VRAM. If you have more than 4GB VRAM go with High settings. If you have less VRAM then go with medium settings.
Ambient Occlusion: Off
Ambient Occlusion is an unnecessary feature in TO4 Tactical Operations.
Gives a blinding flash effect when you come out of a dark area. Can hamper vision and get you killed in game. Disable it.
View Distance: High
Keep it at high. Its very good for spotting enemies in the distance.
For low-end systems, shadows are the number 1 reason for lag. Keep shadows at low and you will get around 10-20% FPS boost easy. You still need shadows to spot corners but High-quality shadows are not required.
I recommend high settings since the game looks really good and you can spot enemies well. If you have less than 4GB VRAM go with medium settings instead.
Effects can help you spot enemies when they are firing or using utility. Its not much but any added advantage can help you get easy kills.
Keep foliage at low so you can spot hidden players. Its much easier to see with less foliage and you can also save GPU resources with low settings.
That’s all folks. These were the best graphics settings for TO4 Tactical operations to fix lag and increase FPS. If you liked the post then please do share and support the gaming community. If you were still unable to fix lag issues then check out how to optimize windows 10 for gaming.
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