Since the arrival of the latest title of the Rainbow Six franchise, R6 Extraction, people have been wondering what are the best operators, the best weapon combinations and of course, they are trying to get the best visual experience with the best FPS settings.
Rainbow Six Extraction has players clustering in teams of three to complete in-game missions fighting against a dangerous alien race controlled by the AI called the Archaeans.
Of course, players have put extra importance on the graphic experience in video games as of late which has caused game reviewers to also pay attention to the best settings to get smooth FPS and performance and we have some of them to share with you.
What are the best Rainbow Six Extraction settings?
We are going to cut straight to the chase and tell you exactly what are the best settings within Rainbow Six Extraction in order to get optimal FPS performance on PC:
- Display Mode: Fullscreen
- Resolution: Your monitor’s Native Resolution
- Monitor: Select primary display here
- Refresh Rate: Select the highest available
- Aspect Ratio: Auto
- VSync: Off
- Field of View: 75+
- Brightness: 50% or above
- Widescreen Letterbox: Off
- HDR: On
- Overall Quality: Custom
- Resolution Quality: Fixed – 100%
- Texture Quality: High
- Texture Filtering: 8-16X
- Nvidia Reflex Low Latency: On + Boost
- Latency Flash Indicator: Off
- Nvidia DLSS: Performance
- Shadow Quality: Medium
- Shading Quality: High
- Reflection Quality: Medium
- Level of Detail Quality: Medium
- Effects Quality: Medium
- Anti-Aliasing: T-AA
- Ambient Occlusion: Medium
- Sprawl Quality: Medium
- Lens Effect: Off
- ADS Depth of Field: Personal preference
A couple of things to point out just to make sure we are all clear is that you should pick the native resolution of your monitor, although you can select a lower tier to boost FPS performance at the expense of the quality of the image, that choice is yours.
Also, we don’t want to rule out a different array of settings as the game is still fairly fresh off the over so we recommend you to navigate the web and check other options like the Bang4BuckPC Gamer setup or Lt Buzz Litebeer assemblage both found on YouTube.
Featured image courtesy of Ubisoft.