Settings You Need To Change In Deep Rock Galactic

This guide will provide you with 7 Settings you need to change in Deep Rock Galactic

You will need to open your settings, tap over to the Gameplay tab, and you will find your gameplay settings there. You have to select max on the Field of view option because it will help you keep an eye on creepy crawlies who will attack you while putting downpipes or mining a certain material. 

The next setting you need to change is camera shake, select it and change it to twenty-five percent. Because when you are in a difficult situation and the enemies are attacking, and you have almost a minute before the drop pod, you will see that your camera will be shaking. The camera shake will stop and reduce to 25 percent with these settings. 

Now you need to tap on the controls settings tab, and there you have to choose the settings according to your gameplay, or you can also use the default settings, as shown in the image below.  

After that, scroll down, go to the motion sensor section, and unmark the “motion sensor” icon. Because if you move your controller around, then your character’scharacter’s line of sight will wiggle, so this is the best way to utilize your vision in the game, as shown in the image below.  

After that, tap on the UI settings tab and check the box on the Show FPS counter because it will help you know about the speed of the internet while playing the game on the right top side of the screen under your name.

The next setting you want to change is the UI scale to sixty percent because while playing the game, you will have a wide view of the game, and everything in the game will become more visible, like creepy crawlies, as shown in the image below.  

Now you need to tap over to the graphics settings; in the graphic mode option, you need to choose performance because everything in this mode is smooth, which will make your gameplay quick. In the Gamma setting, you need to change it to one because with this; you don’t need to utilize torches, making everything much brighter, as shown in the image below. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.