Apex Legends Mobile is finally available on iOS and Android worldwide, and Respawn Entertainment has made sure their free-to-play battle royale game would work on a variety of different devices, setting the minimum system specs quite low.
As PC players know, however, minimum and recommended system specifications do not paint the whole picture, as Apex Legends Mobile may not run well even on powerful devices with the wrong graphics settings.
Here are the best settings for a smooth Apex Legends Mobile experience.
Best Graphics Settings for Apex Legends Mobile
The Apex Legends Mobile graphics settings are divided into Basic and Advanced settings. The Basic settings include Graphics Quality, Frame Rate, Adaptive Smoothing, Display FPS, and First-Person and Third-Person Field of View sliders.
For the smoothest experience possible, you should pick Smooth Graphics Quality, High Frame Rate, and Adaptive Smoothing. If you have a powerful device, you can pick Normal or HD Graphics Quality, but, since you should prioritize Frame Rate in a game such as Apex Legends Mobile, you should avoid increasing the Graphics Quality too much. Adaptive Smoothing makes it so the game looks nice, no matter the Graphics Quality you have picked, so the Smooth setting is the way to go for most players.
Changing First-Person Field of View and Third-Person Field of View depends mostly on your preferences, but keep in mind that higher values do impact performance, so leaving it at the standard value, 90, will be the best choice for most players.
In the Apex Legends Mobile Advanced Graphics Settings, you can further tweak the game’s visuals with the Dynamic Shadows, Reflection Quality, and Vegetation options. As all the options can have a huge impact on gameplay smoothness, you will want to have all of them off.
Apex Legends Mobile is the mobile version of the popular battle royale game by Respawn Entertainment. The game is available right now on iOS and Android globally.