Riders Republic provides numerous customizable settings to players. Graphics settings let players choose what they expect from the game—quality or performance. This article will help you understand and determine the best graphics setting for good performance on a PC.

Riders Republic Best Graphics Settings

  • Window Mode – Fullscreen
  • Resolution – 1920×1080 or your monitor’s native resolution
  • Brightness – 50
  • Contrast – 50
  • Refresh Rate – Your monitor’s max refresh rate
  • VSync – Off
  • Pixel Scale – 100
  • Extended FOV – 100
  • FPS Limit – Unlimited
  • HDR – Off
  • Overall Quality – Custom
  • Shadow Quality – Low
  • Terrain Texture Quality – Low
  • Grass Quality – Medium
  • Reflections – Low
  • Snowtrail Quality – Medium
  • Water Quality – Medium
  • Anti-Aliasing – Medium
  • Ambient Occlusion – Low
  • Anisotropic Filtering – x4
  • Motion Blur – Off (personal preference)

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Now, let’s have a look at all the major graphic settings and how they impact the performance of Riders Republic.

  • As the name suggests, Shadow Quality controls how the shadows look in-game. It has a moderate impact on performance.
  • Terrain Quality has a very high impact on performance. Going from Low to Medium can increase VRAM usage by 850 MB. Set it according to your device’s capability.
  • Grass Quality and Reflections have a moderate impact on performance.
  • Snow trail and Water Quality have a low impact on performance.
  • Anti-aliasing affects the game’s performance moderately. It makes objects look smoother by eliminating jagged edges. Keeping this setting to medium will make the world look better. However, going from Medium to High has a major impact on VRAM usage.
  • Anisotropic Filtering reduces blur and preserves detail at greater distances. It doesn’t affect VRAM usage. Keep this high for the game to look good.

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