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Best Rainbow Six Siege Visibility Settings for Competitive Modes

Come and check out the best graphics settings on Rainbow Six Siege for visibility and competitive mode
Best Rainbow Six Siege Visibility Settings for Competitive Modes

Rainbow Six Siege has continued to prove successful year after year, with gameplay remaining explosive and the player base's love for the title persisting. Whether you're nearly eight years late to the party, or simply a casual player looking to raise the competitive bar, this guide will showcase the best settings for visibility and competitive play on Rainbow Six Siege. 

To those who don't understand, players on the PC platform are able to manipulate their graphical settings to their advantage, allowing them to see enemies, operator equipment, and enemy activity a lot easier. Many argue this advantage is unfair, however, the developers can't do anything to stop these advantages from being exploited because it's down to the graphics. Competitive games such as Rainbow Six Siege, Counter-Strike, and Valorant all share these graphical advantages, found and loved by the competitive gaming community. 


The Best Visibility Settings For Rainbow Six Siege

Without beating around the bush, let's get straight into it with the best competitive settings for Rainbow Six Siege that raise visibility

General Settings

  • Drone After PrepSemi-Automatic

Interface Preferences 

  • Interface Presets: Normal
  • Show Teammate Outlines: OFF
  • Show Scoring: OFF 

Display Settings 

  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Display Mode: Full Screen
  • Refresh Rate: Maximum 
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (4:3 for alternative)
  • VSync: Off 
  • FPS Limit: Off
  • Field of View: Personal Preference 
  • Brightness: 55-60


  • Texture Quality: Low
  • Texture Filtering: Linear
  • LOD Quality: High
  • Shading Quality: Low
  • Shadow Quality: Medium
  • Reflection Quality: Low
  • Ambient Occlusion: Off
  • Lens Effect: Off
  • Zoom-In Depth Of Field: Off
  • Anti-Aliasing: FXAA
  • VFX Quality: Low


Overall these graphics should provide a smooth experience on Rainbow Six Siege in the competitive aspect of the game. After selecting these settings, players will notice a considerable change, especially if you've been playing on 4K ultra settings. Depending on the size of the monitor, you may want to change the aspect ratio and resolution, Most players are still gaming on 1920x1080 resolution therefore this guide has been tailored towards those players.