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Monster Hunter Rise: How to BOOST FPS and Increase Performance on Any PC

Play Monster Hunter Rise on maximum FPS!

Monster Hunter Rise is now out on PC! Even though the PC release is a year behind the console release, players are still excited about the new Monster Hunter game. This guide will show you how you can boost the FPS and performance of the game on the PC.

Boost FPS and Performance — Monster Hunter Rise

Before you start boosting the FPS of Monster Hunter Rise, search “Game Mode Settings” at the taskbar and make sure that this setting is on.

Select the Xbox Game bar tab to your right and be sure to deactivate this setting.

Now select “Captures” and make sure that your background recording is turned off. Search the “Graphics Settings” in your search bar and make sure you turn on “Hardware-accelerated GPU Scheduling”.

Next, search for Energy and select your Power plan settings. In your power plan settings, make sure you are on a Balanced or High-Performance setting.

Changing in-game options

Launch the game and go to options. Select the Display tab and go to Screen Mode. Change this option to Full Screen. Make sure both your Resolution settings and Display Frequency are similar to your screen settings.

Turn off the Vsync option and select the Advanced Graphics Settings option. Select the image quality and you can change it to 70% or 100%.

Depending on your memory, you may want to turn off the High-Resolution textures and Texture Filtering option.

You can also turn off the Ambient Occlusion and keep your Shadow Quality on average.

Turn off Dynamic Shadows, Equipment Shadows, and Processing Reduction. Keep your Mesh Quality on Average and turn off both Anti-Aliasing and Foliage Sway.

Turn everything else off and you should get a decent boost of FPS in your game!

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