New World FPS Boost & Best Settings

New World FPSBoost & Best Setting – In-game setting, Windows optimizations, Steam and Nvidia graphics settings, AMD 3d & Steam settings


FPS optimization requires that certain visual elements of the game are reduced in quality. We will make a number of adjustments. After you have made your decision, we recommend that you use them all.

New World FPS Boost and Best Settings – Ingame


  • Bandwidth Mode High
  • Enable Analytics Reporting Off


These are the key variables that will affect your FPS and how you view. These are the variables you need to modify if you don’t like the results after making adjustments. To see the effects of each variable, turn on Show FPS.

  • Window Mode Fullscreen
  • Resolution: Native resolution
  • Field of view (Vertical), 50
  • Video Quality
  • Effects details: Low
  • Lightning details: Low
  • Object details: Low
  • Post processing details: Medium
  • Shadows details: Low
  • Terrain details: Low
  • Texture details: Medium-High
  • If you have a low-end laptop, choose low
  • Water details: Low
  • Show FPS on
  • V-Sync: Off
  • Maximum FPS Uncapped
  • Player Nameplate Amount: 2–5
  • Background Cap FPS: Off
  • Dynamic Resolution Scaling

New World FPS Boost & Best Setting – Windows

  • Game Mode on: Use the Windows search to find game mode > Game mode settings > Turn it ON
  • Disable Xbox Bar – Windows Key+i Gaming > Disable Xbox Game Bar
  • DisableOverlays: From any third-party software such as discord or overwolf
  • Overclock GPU – Check out this tutorial


New World FPS Boost and Best Settings – Steam

Steam library > right click New World > Browse Local files > Right-click NewWorldLauncher.exe

New World FPS Boost and Best Settings – Nvidia

Navigate to Nvidia Control Panel: Desktop > Right Click > Nvidia Control Panel

  • Image Settings : Adjust image settings using preview > Use my preference emphasizing the performance >
  • Configure Surround and PhysX – Choose your video card (under PhysX Setting) > Apply
  • Display > Change resolution > Select highest refresh rate >
  • Drivers: Go to > download and Instal the latest drivers

Nvidia 3D Settings

Manage 3D settings > General Settings

  • Image Sharpening: Sharpening Off, Scaling disabled.
  • Ambient Occlusion: Off
  • Anisotropic Filtering: Off
  • Antialiasing – FXAA: Off
  • Antialiasing – Gamma correction: Off
  • Mode Off
  • Antialiasing – Setting: None
  • Antialiasing – Transparency: Off
  • CUDA – GPUs
  • DSR – Factors Off
  • DSR – Smoothness Off
  • Low Latency Mode: Ultra / On (Different for different computers).
  • Maximum Frame Rate Off
  • Monitor Technology: Fixed Refresh, or G-Sync if your G-Sync Monitor is installed
  • Multi-Frame Sampled AA AA (MFAA), Off
  • OpenGL rendering GPU: Choose your NVIDIA GPU
  • Power management mode: Prefer maximum performance
  • Shader Cache:
  • Texture filtering – Anisotropic sample optimization: On
  • Texture filtering – Negative LOD bias: Allow
  • Filtering – Quality: High Performance
  • Texture filtering – Trilinear optimization: On
  • Threaded optimization:
  • Triple buffering: Off
  • Vertical sync: Off
  • Pre-rendered Virtual Reality frames: 1
  • Apply!

New World FPS Boost & Best Setting – AMD

Navigate to Nvidia Control Panel: Desktop > Right Click > AMD Radeon Software


  • Display: AMD Freesync / AMD Freesync Premium: Enabled
  • Drivers: Download and install the newest drivers from

AMD Graphics Settings

Gaming > Games > Global Graphics

  • Radeon Anti Lag: Enabled
  • Radeo Chill Disabled
  • Radeon Boost: Enable
  • Radeon Image Sharpening: Available
  • Sharpness: 70% – 90%
  • Radeon Enhanced Synchro: Disabled
  • Do not wait for Vertical Refresh (V–sync).
  • Anti-Aliasing: Use application settings
  • Anti-Aliasing Method: Multisampling
  • Disabled: Morphological Anti-Aliasing
  • Anisotropic Filtering: Disabled
  • High Quality Texture Filtering
  • Surface Format Optimization: Enabled
  • Tessellation Mode: Off
  • OpenGL Triple Buffering: Disabled
  • Reset Shader Cache – Perform a reset approximately every 6-12 month