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Atomic Heart: Best Graphic Settings To Reduce Lag, Stutter, And Crashes

Atomic Heart: Best Graphic Settings To Reduce Lag, Stutter, And Crashes
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Atomic Heart is a first-person shooter set in a sublime utopian world, Facility 3826, where you play as Major Comrade Sergei Nechaev, aka P-3, tasked to stop a certain person responsible for the Robots that went haywire. The game offers a phenomenal picturesque open world filled with highly detailed facilities and other such things. 

But high visual quality comes with the risk of lag, stutter, and crashes. And Atomic Heart is no exception to that. You may face the listed problems while playing the game if you have an old PC. However, with the correct graphics settings, you can fix it. 

In this guide, we share the best graphics settings for Atomic Heart to reduce lag, stutters, and crash issues. 

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Atomic Heart: Best Graphic Settings To Reduce Lag, Stutter, And Crashes

Screengrab Via TouchTapPlay

There are custom graphics settings that you can use in Atomic Heart to optimize the game’s performance and get the maximum FPS. But it varies case by case and depends on the hardware. 

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Screengrab Via TroubleChute

First of all, if you have a low-end PC and a very old graphics card, processor, and minimum RAM, we recommend you play the game at Low Settings and a decent resolution. Doing so will remove any particular effects from the environment, but you will have a fine-looking game with manageable FPS. 

Screengrab Via TroubleChute

If you have a high-end PC, anything above or with RTX 3070, you can run the game at Atomic, the highest graphics settings for the game that switches every setting to maximum. And if you have an RTX 20xx or above series card, you can make use of the DLSS Super Resolution graphics setting to set it to any of the ones:

  • Performance: Uses upscaling and dynamic resolution to focus more on performance. 
  • Balanced: Uses the same methods to focus on both performance and quality.
  • Quality: Maxes out graphical fidelity and uses different technology to focus on visuals. 

That said, if you have a mid-end PC, here is a screenshot that shares the best graphics settings for you:

Screengrab Via TroubleChute

Based on your requirement and the game’s performance, you can enable a few extra visual settings like Volumetric Fog, set Post Processing to a higher setting, and so on. 

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That concludes our guide on the best graphic settings to reduce lag, stutter and crashes in Atomic Heart

Atomic Heart is available on PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. For more news, guides, and features, check out our section dedicated to the game.

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Hritwik Raj

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Hritwik is a guides writer who has been writing about video games for almost a decade. He is a Computer Science graduate who has always been into gaming. Most of the time, you will find him covering News and Guides for various publications. And when he is not working, you will find him fighting with his friends about how good of a gamer he is. His favorite games include Fallout 76, Borderlands 2, Call of Duty, Apex Legends, Destiny 2, Souls series, Genshin Impact, and The Last of Us.

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