Lost Ark is an action MMO with an isometric perspective that rewards quick mechanical actions and high-skill movement. That said, it can be difficult to execute on these high-skill moves if your framerate is low. For best results, you’ll want your framerate to sit at around 60fps.

But if your fps is low, there’s a few ways to improve it. First of all is to lower your settings in the Video section of your settings. By Default, these may be set to High, so lowering these to Medium or Low will boost your FPS.

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Additionally, features such as Better Depth of Field and Indirect Shadows will affect your framerate, particularly in areas with a lot of enemies or other players. Turning these off can boost your FPS.

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But graphical settings are not the only thing that affects FPS. In online games, your connection can drastically alter your frame rate. Optimize your connection by not running any other online programs, including web browsers, in the background. Ensure there’s no other devices using your connection, and if you’re on WiFi, consider moving to a wired connection.

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FPS optimization is almost always linked to your hardware or internet connection in MMOs. Ensure your setup for playing Lost Ark is hitting the recommended specifications to play the game.

To check out the recommended specs for Lost Ark, check out Lost Ark System Requirements on Pro Game Guides.

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