Best Apex Legends Settings, Keybinds, Mouse [120+ FPS] (Shroud)

Video Settings Input
Display Mode
Full Screen
Aspect Ratio
16:9 (native)
Resolution
1920 x 1080 (native)
Field of View
104
Color Blind Mode
Off
V-Sync
Disabled
Adaptive Resolution FPS Target
0
Adaptive Supersampling
Disabled
Anti-Aliasing
TSAA
Texture Streaming Budget
Insane (8GB VRAM)
Texture Filtering
Anisotropic 4X
Ambient Occlusion Quality
Disabled
Sun Shadow Coverage
Low
Sun Shadow Detail
Low
Spot Shadow Detail
Disabled
Volumetric Lighting
Disabled
Dynamic Spot Shadows
Disabled
Model Detail
High
Effects Detail
Low
Impact Marks
Low
Ragdolls
Low
Mouse Settings Input
Mouse Sensitivity
3.0
ADS Mouse Sensitivity Multiplier
1.0
Mouse Acceleration
Off
Mouse Invert
Off

Shroud also uses 400 DPI & 1000Hz on the mouse.

Keyboard Settings Input
Sprint
L-Shift
Jump
Space
Chrouch (Toggle)
C
Chrouch (Hold)
L-CTRL
Tactical Ability
Q
Ultimate Ability
Z
Interact/ Pickup
F
Inventory
Tab
Fire Mode
B
Melee
V
Reload
R
Aim (Hold)
Right Click
Equip Grenade
G
Use Health Item
4
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Apex Legends Minimum System Requirements

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • CPU: Intel Core i3-6300 3.8GHz / AMD FX-4350 4.2 GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • RAM: 6GB
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 / Radeon HD 7730
  • GPU RAM: 1 GB
  • HARD DRIVE: Minimum 22 GB of free space

Apex legends recommended system requirements

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7
  • CPU: Intel i5 3570K or equivalent
  • RAM: 8GB
  • GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 / AMD Radeon R9 290
  • GPU RAM: 8GB
  • HARD DRIVE: Minimum 22 GB of free space

For the best experience, you should aim to get a PC up to at least the recommended requirements. If you’re at minimum requirements definitely go everything at low/disabled video settings.

Solution for low fps with NVIDIA Cards settings

Apex Legends Settings Laptop graphics

There seems to be a common issue with laptop’s and sometimes PC’s that it uses the Intel HD graphics by default when launching Apex Legends.

So to change that go to NVIDIA control panel, under manage 3D settings, select apex legends as a program to customize (If you can’t find the program click on browse and go to folder Origin games then r5apex.exe) then change select the preferred graphics processor to high-performance NVIDIA processor instead of Intel that might be on default.

Priotize Apex Legends in task manager

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This can help to get some more stable fps and reduce stuttering.

  1. Make sure apex legends is running.
  2. Open task manager right click on empty space on your taskbar on windows then click Task Manager (or Ctrl+Alt+Delete)
  3. Click on details
  4. Right click on Apex Legends > set priority > High

These Apex Legends Settings Are Great for FPS

These are the best apex legends settings that will give you a good balance between maximum FPS and good graphics.

If you’re still dropping frames and have low fps then pull everything to low (including FOV) but the graphics quality will suffer. 

Make sure to always update your graphics drivers to the latest version often with the new games there is some optimization to be made in new drivers. Check your NVIDIA Control Panel if you use NVIDIA.

Close down programs that take up a lot of CPU to reduce lag as well. Check your task manager on Windows (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC)

These settings above partly come from twitch streamer shroud, check him out. 

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A new battle royale game has exploded into the gaming scene called Apex Legends which are developed by EA/Respawn available free to play at Origin.

It offers fast-paced FPS action which different classes which is interesting and new to the battle royale genre. The game is from the same universe and developers from the Titanfall 2 game.

Conclusion

Right now many players are suffering from low frame rates even with high-end graphics cards, it’s on the developer’s side to make the game more optimized. The game is brand new so hopefully, in future updates, it will get better.

Hopefully, these Apex Legends settings reduced lag and increased your fps, now go and win some games!

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About Daniel Jones

Daniel Jones is a 24-year old blogger from Europe and he is a certified Network Engineer. Love staying up to date with the latest technology products and builds pc for gaming setups. Read more about him.

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