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How to increase FPS in EA Sports PGA Tour

How to increase FPS in EA Sports PGA Tour
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While video games are taking steps closer to providing realistic experiences by raising the visual fidelity and other such aspects of the game to a new level, they are mostly plagued with FPS and other issues. And it looks like EA Sports PGA Tour is no exception. Thankfully, there are certain tweaks that you can apply to increase FPS in the game. 

So keep reading our guide to learn how to increase FPS in EA Sports PGA Tour.

How to increase FPS in EA Sports PGA Tour

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You can increase your FPS in EA Sports PGA Tour only on the PC platform as, at the time of writing this guide, on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, the game is locked at 30 FPS. 

However, EA has addressed the lack of a Performance Mode, and as per the game’s official FAQ and Forum, they are currently examining the game to check if it’s possible to add Performance Mode. 

How to Increase FPS in EA Sports PGA Tour on PC

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When it comes to increasing the FPS of any game on your PC, the primary question you must ask yourself is, how good is my hardware? And am I running the game on suitable graphics settings based on my GPU and CPU? 

If you have a low-end PC, we recommend you run the game on 720 or 1080p Screen Resolution with most visual settings turned off or set to Low. Doing so will give you a massive boost in FPS. 

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Now, if you have a mid-end PC, you can play the game on 1080p with Medium to High visual settings. To ensure your FPS is not compromised at any point, we recommend you turn on “Dynamic Resolution Scaling” while locking the FPS to 60, which is more than enough for a sports game. 

That aside, there can be some cases when you own a decent piece of hardware and still can’t get good FPS in EA Sports PGA Tour. In that case, check if your graphics card has any pending driver updates. If yes, then update the driver and restart your PC. 

Apart from that, you can also open Task Manager and select the “Performance” tab to check if your system has enough resources to run the game. 

Even if you have a beast of hardware, there are many cases where due to viruses or some applications running in the background, most of your CPU and GPU resources are under use, causing stutters and lag while playing games like EA Sports PGA Tour. 

If multiple applications are running in the background, you can close the ones that are not needed for the moment or use applications like Razor Cortex Game Booster to free up resources.

Meanwhile, if your PC is infected with a virus, you can scan and remove it using Windows Defender or any other third-party application. 

That concludes our guide on how to increase FPS in EA Sports PGA Tour

EA Sports PGA Tour is available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox platforms. For more on EA Sports PGA Tour, check out our dedicated guides section. 

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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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