Scavengers appears to be the next big title in the Battle Royale genre. Set in the frigid world, it’s a third person shooter. However, after having gone to the trouble of getting the early access, the last thing you expect is for the game to stutter and lag. But, there problem are not uncommon to online and multiplayer games. In fact, most of the recent games, even big titles struggle with the same issue.
Nevertheless, there are a few ways to fix or reduce the Scavengers stutter and lag on PC. In this guide, we will help you boost the performance of the game and in the process increase the FPS as well. We will also share the best Scavengers PC settings that’s been tested by us.
How to Fix Scavengers Stutter and Lag on PC
When you encounter the Scavengers stutter and lag, it can be frustrating, but before letting out your rage on the developers, it important to note that the game is in early access and it would improve when it releases. The early access is for the purpose of testing and hammering issues such as these. With that in mind, here are some things you can try to reduce or fix the stutter and lag in the game.
- Launch the game in clean boot environment – Why a clean boot environment? Because third-party software running in the background can cause all sorts of issues with the game including consuming to many resources and resource throttling the game, which would definitely lead to stutter.
- Lower the graphics of the game – If you are on high, go to medium and if at medium, tune down to low.
- Run the game in Fullscreen – Games are known to stutter when not running in fullscreen. So, try to run the game in fullscreen.
If the stutter and lag still occurs, there are a few settings change you can make for the best performance in the game.
Scavengers – How to Boost FPS
Here are the system settings that we recommend when you are playing the game. It may vary slightly depending on the system configuration, but for most users the settings should work to improve FPS and reduce stutter.
- Window Mode – Fullscreen
- Resolution – Native or 1920×1080
- Resolution Scaling – Disabled
- Custom Resolution Scale – 100%
- VSync – Disabled
- DLSS – Off
- Quality Preset – Custom
- View Distance – Low
- Anti-Aliasing – Low
- Post Processing – Low
- Shadows – Low
- Textures – High
- Effects – Low
- Foliage – Low
DirectX Version – DX11 as it’s more stable than DX12 at the current stage, but you can test this on your own and see the changes.
With these tips, hopefully the stutter has improved and you are getting better FPS with the game.