Best PC settings for Back 4 Blood

Get the most out of your game.

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As is the case with all PC games, the performance your build can carry out with Back 4 Blood will primarily rely on your graphical settings. There is no one-size-fits-all thing with PC games, so you will need to do a little bit of experimenting to see what works best for you.

Back 4 Blood is a game that you will want to get the best performance possible out of while you fight through hordes of Ridden. If the game stutters or looks ugly, it will be a starkly lesser experience. Here are the best PC settings for Back 4 Blood.

  • Window Mode – Fullscreen
  • Screen Resolution – Set your preference, but we use 1920×1080
  • Anti Aliasing – TAA
  • Nvidia DLSS – Quality (If available)
  • Motion Blur – Your preference, we turn this off
  • Chromatic Aberration – Off
  • Adaptive FX Quality – On (makes no big difference)
  • Field of View – Your preference, we use 100
  • VSync – Off unless you get screen tearing
  • Limit FPS – Off
  • Quality – High

Custom Quality Settings

  • Post Processing Quality – Medium
  • Texture Quality – High
  • Effects Quality – Medium
  • Shadow Quality – Low
  • Foliage Quality – High


  • HDR – Off
  • Brightness – 50 (the in-game brightness has been altered a lot since the technical alpha, so you should not need to alter this too much)
  • Contrast – 0
  • Saturation – 50


  • Graphics API – DirectX 12 (if available)
  • Sharpening – FidelityFX (always keep this on)
  • Resolution Scale – 100