Naraka: Bladepoint Best PC Settings For FPS

Tweaking a game’s settings to create the perfect balance between visuals and FPS is an art form, but it takes...

Tweaking a game’s settings to create the perfect balance between visuals and FPS is an art form, but it takes a lot of time and effort to perfect. Suppose you’re looking to tweak the settings of Naraka: Bladepoint to get the highest FPS without sacrificing the visual quality too much. This guide will help you make the best settings for FPS in Naraka: Bladepoint.

Before looking at the best settings for FPS in Naraka: Bladepoint, it’s important to review the minimum and recommended system requirements to see how your PC stacks up.

If your PC falls below even the minimum requirements, there is not much you can do to get a playable experience with the game. If your PC meets the system requirements, use the following settings to squeeze the most FPS out of Naraka: Bladepoint, but if you still experience lag, stutters, crashes, etc., then the issue might not be in the settings.

Medium Settings

  • Graphics API: DirectX 11
  • Render Scale: 100%
  • Display Mode: Fullscreen
  • Resolution: Native Monitor Resolution
  • Max Framerate: Monitor Refresh Rate
  • Filter: Default
  • HDR: Off
  • Vsync: Off
  • Antialiasing Algorithm: Off
  • Motion Blur: Off
  • NVIDIA Graphics Enhancement: Off
  • Nvidia Reflex: On + Boost
  • Highlights: Off

Graphics Settings

  • Modeling Accuracy: Medium
  • Tessellation: High
  • Effects: Low
  • Textures: High
  • Shadows: Lowest
  • Volumetric Lighting: Low
  • Volumetric Clouds: Off
  • Ambient Occlusion: Off
  • Screen Space Reflections: Off
  • Anti-Aliasing: Low
  • Post-processing: Lowest
  • Light: Medium

These are, overall, the best settings for a great balance between FPS and visuals. Now, to help you tweak the settings to tailor them to your PC’s specs, let’s talk about what the most important settings do and their impact on Naraka: Bladepoint’s visuals and performance.

Audio Settings

  • Voice Chat Volume: 75
  • Faction Voice Volume: 50
  • Mic Volume: 75
  • All BGM: 55
  • Menu BGM: 15
  • Preparation BGM: 50
  • Combat BGM: 50
  • Ambient BGM: 75
  • Showdown Combat BGM: 50
  • ALL SGX: 75
  • Interfaces: 75
  • Scenes: 55
  • Misc Volume: 55
  • Character: 55
  • Combat: 75
  • Banebreath Sound Effects: 75
  • UI: 55
  • All Voices: 75
  • Speech: 100
  • Voice: 100
  • Showdown Cutscene Volume: 75
  • Video Volume: 75
  • Instrument Volume: 75

Render Scale/Resolution

The Render Scale allows you to downscale the game’s resolution to increase performance. It significantly increases performance but comes at a massive cost to visuals.

In a game like Naraka: Bladepoint, seeing enemies from far away is very important to the gameplay. The more you lower the Render Scale, the harder it is to see distant enemies. This is why you should keep this setting at 100%.

The resolution, on the other hand, is self-explanatory. Lowering the resolution too much will have the same effect, so it’s best to keep it at or close to your monitor’s native resolution.

NVIDIA DLSS and Reflex

If you have an RTX graphics card, you should use DLSS without thinking twice. This technology allows you to upscale the resolution of your game, meaning that you can play at lower resolutions without sacrificing any visual quality but gain massive performance boosts.

NVIDIA Reflex decreases the system latency, making your game feel much more responsive. You should always have this setting on.

Vsync/Max Framerate

Vsync matches your game’s framerate to the refresh rate of your monitor, but it significantly increases game latency while doing so.

sInstead of using Vsync to do this job, you can just set the max framerate option to the refresh rate of your monitor. You’ll want to do this, as keeping your FPS uncapped can cause stutters and freezes.

Modeling Accuracy

Modelling Accuracy basically governs the realism of the object models in the game. The more you turn it up, the better the models will look. But this will have a big impact on performance.

The increase in the realism of the models is not even that significant, so you can keep this setting low without worrying about ruining the visuals.


Increasing texture quality does not seem to impact FPS much, so keep it High or Medium.


The shadows in Naraka: Bladepoint are very well optimized, so increasing shadow quality will not decrease your FPS too much. Setting the shadows low makes them look distracting and jarring, so keep this setting at Medium or High.

Volumetric Lighting/Clouds

Volumetric Lighting/Clouds impact performance, but they do not make a big difference in visuals. You’ll only see the difference in the lighting and clouds if you really look for it. Therefore, you should keep Volumetric Lighting and Clouds Low.

Ambient Occlusion

Ambient Occlusion will have a very noticeable impact on the game’s visuals, but it also has a relatively high impact on FPS. If you only care about FPS, set it to Low. But if you have a place in your heart for the graphics, set it to Medium.

Screen Space Reflections

Screen Space Reflections is one of the most important settings on this list, as it can decrease your frame rate by up to 25% while having only a small impact on the visuals. Ergo, make sure always to keep this setting low.


Out of all of the settings on this list, Anti-Aliasing has the biggest impact on performance. It can cut your FPS by 40% or more if you go from Low Anti-Aliasing to High. Keeping it low will cause jagged edges, but it’s a price you have to pay for the performance.


Post-processing has a very small impact on visuals and performance, so you can keep it at Medium or High if you want or leave it at Low if you need a bit more FPS.

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