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The Finals Settings: what are the best parameters and config to play optimally?

 The Finals is one of the games expected by players in 2023, but what are the best settings to play it? We'll give you the answer.

The Finals Settings: what are the best parameters and config to play optimally?

Embark Studios, the developer of the hit video game The Finals, announces a brand new open beta! The Finals is a team-based first-person shooter (FPS) that pushes the boundaries of the gaming experience by combining environmental dynamism, destruction, and player freedom.

The game is coming soon to PC, PS5 and Xbox Series S|X. With such dynamism, many players wonder what settings to use to effectively play The Finals. Luckily, we’re here to tell you everything!

What are the best settings and config for playing The Finals?

The Finals is a first-person shooter, according to, here are the best settings to play it: 

  • VSync  – Disabled
  • Nvidia Reflex Low Latency  – On
  • Resolution Scaling Method  – DLSS (for Nvidia RTX GPUs only)
  • DLSS setting  – Quality
  • RTX Global Illumination  – Static
  • View Distance  – High
  • Anti-Aliasing  – High
  • Shadows  – Medium
  • Post-Processing  – High
  • Texture  – High
  • Effects  – High
  • Foliage  – Medium
  • Global Illumination Resolution  – High

Obviously, these settings may change depending on your configuration, and the fact that The Finals is currently only available in open beta. When the game releases, it's clear that it will be better optimized than it currently is.

At the moment, we don't know if all versions of the game will release at the same time , but we should know more in the future when Embark Studios finally gives a release date for The Finals. While waiting to learn more, we remind you that The Finals is a very promising FPS which will be playable free-to-play  and that it is planned for PC, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5.