GTA 3 Best Graphics Settings for Android/iOS

Share and Support Noobs2pro Gaming Community

GTA 3 is by far the oldest GTA Game available for android. It is not as popular as vice city and san andreas but is quite well know regardless. So to help my fellow gamers here are the best settings to fix lag and boost fps in GTA 3. Now you can enjoy the good old days right from your phone, on pretty much any mobile device.

So lets begin

GTA 3 Best Settings Android / iOS

gta 3 graphics settings android ios

Draw Distance:30%-50%

Choose anywhere between 30-50%. If you are playing on a ipad or an android tablet then choose 70%.

50% is more than enough for most phones. You can go upto 70% if you really want better graphics. But make sure your device cam handle it.

Screen Resolution: 30%-50%

This setting in GTA 3 depends on your screen size. Tablets should choose anywhere from 50-90%. And Mobile devices should choose 30-50%.

At 100% the game looks amazing but drains battery even on premium devices. So choose accordingly.

Visual Effects: Low/ Medium

If you have a really good snapdragon 800 series chipset than go for high. Otherwise stick to low settings. With High settings you have a very high battery drain for low end devices. Medium is fine for most devices but you are better off playing with low settings if you ask me.

Dynamic Shadows: Off

Turn off shadows. The difference is hardly noticeable, You can easily save battery and cpu resources. GTA 3 is already dark enough as it is.

Frame Limiter: On

Definitely turn on. Helps save battery and lower cpu usage. It can help low end devices a lot.

Thats all folks. These are the best graphics settings for GTA 3 on Android and iOS.

I hope this in-depth guide was able to solve your lag problem in GTA 3. If you want even better performance then checkout how to optimize android for gaming.

Happy Gaming. See you in-game.

Share and Support Noobs2pro Gaming Community

What's your reaction?

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.