Shatterline: Best Graphics Settings To Increase FPS

Looking for best settings for a smooth gameplay while smashing the opponents in Shatterline? We've got you covered!

Shatterline is getting famous due to its realistic graphics and high-end dynamic visuals. Some of these graphics and illustrations can be quite challenging for your system, especially if it is not up-to-date with the latest gear. So, it is crucial to adjust the game’s settings according to your system. So, let’s discuss the best Graphics settings for Shatterline to get maximum FPS and smooth gameplay

Update: You can expect better game stability as several crashing issues were resolved and performance improvements were introduced in patch 83.3

I’ve benchmarked Shatterline on the following PC specs: 

  • CPU: Intel i7-11800H
  • GPU: Nvidia RTX 3060
  • RAM: 16 GB
  • Storage: 1TB NVMe SSD
  • OS: Windows 11 Pro
Key Takeaways

To run Shatterline, you’ll need an Intel Core i5 8400 CPU, NVIDIA GeForce 750 Ti GPU, and 8 GB of RAM.

The following settings affect your FPS the most:

  • Object Quality
  • Shading Quality
  • Particles Quality
  • Special Effects Quality
  • Screen Space Reflections

Shatterline is not so heavy on your system resources and it’ll run smoothly on a wide selection of GPUs, as also discussed in Abdul Haddi’s review of Shatterline. There aren’t any optimization or game-breaking bugs in the game either so you don’t have to worry about bad performance despite having good hardware.

Related: Shatterline Operators Tier List

Shatterline Best Settings
Shatterline Graphics Settings

Also, if you want to learn about weapon mechanisms, make sure to check out our guide on the Weapon Modification System in Shatterline.

Take a quick peek at all the best settings:

Setting NamePreset
Quality And DisplayCustom
Frame LimitDisable
Vertical SynchronizationOFF
Textures QualityMedium
Object QualityMedium
Shading Particles QualityLow
Special Effects QualityLow
Water QualityLow
Lens Flare and Screen ReflectionOFF
BrightnessSet to 65
GammaSet to 65
SharpeningSet to 60

Quality And Display: Custom

First of all, we will discuss the Quality, Resolution, and Display of the game, which are the first in-game Graphics Settings. These settings usually depend on the end-user and can be customized according to personal preferences.

Some gamers like to play games on Fullscreen and with borders, while others prefer it to be Winded or borderless. So, you can test the settings out and keep whichever suits you the most, but make sure not to set the Resolution too high as it may result in frame drops.

Frame Limit: Disable

The Frame Limit is used to restrict the FPS of the game to a certain value. If you want to limit the frames for the game, you can use the settings, but if you have high-end settings, you can disable the settings to get maximum FPS. Also, make sure never to set the limit below 120.  

Vertical Synchronization: OFF

Suppose you want to get maximum FPS while playing the competitive modes of Shatterline. In that case, we recommend you keep the Vertical Synchronization off, as Vsync also restricts the FPS to a certain Limit. 

Lens Flare And Screen Space Reflection: OFF

Lens Flare and Screen Space Reflections are settings that do not have much impact on the gameplay or your gaming experience, so keeping them off is suitable.

Anti-Aliasing: OFF

Antialiasing and Bloom settings help to smoothen out the images and deliver a better display. We recommend you keep these settings off so that your system can focus more on getting better framerates. 

Brightness And Sharpening: Your Preference

The Brightness, Gamma, and Sharpening settings are also dependent on the end user and can be adjusted according to personal choice. If you want brighter bits with sharp detailing, you can increase the settings; otherwise, you can lower them down.

We recommend not to set the brightness very high as it can put a strain on your eyes and affect your eyesight in the long run.

Here are my own brightness and Sharpening settings: 

  • Brightness: 65
  • Gamma: 65
  • Sharpening: 60

Settings To Increase FPS

For the rest of the settings we haven’t talked about above, you can simply edit the settings file for Shatterline. This will help you implement all the best settings in one go without tweaking individual settings.

To implement the settings in the game, press “Windows + R” and paste the following line in the dialogue box. 

  • Location: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Shatterline\2961AB5C4C274EAB9B13CCC6A9306D6A\
  • File: game_settings_local_publisher.savedata
  • After the steps mentioned above, open the notepad and paste the following settings:
"settings": {
"anti_aliasing": "0",
"audio_master_volume": "11",
"bloom": "0",
"brigtness": "1",
"display_mode": "0",
"flares": "0",
"frame_limit": "200",
"full_screen": "1",
"full_screen_windowed": "0",
"gamma": "1",
"graphics_preset": "1",
"object_quality": "1",
"particles_quality": "1",
"quality_spec": "1",
"resolution_height": "720",
"resolution_width": "1280",
"screen_space_reflection": "0",
"shading_quality": "5",
"sharpening": "0",
"special_effects_quality": "5",
"startup_videos_show_cinematic": "0",
"texture_quality": "1",
"vsync": "0",
"water_quality": "1"
"actions": []

Wrapping Up

Shatterline offers good optimization and requires an entry-level to mid-range setup to run smoothly. If you have met the system requirements of the game but still facing some lag issues, you can try out the following additional Windows optimization steps:

The key to performance adjusting the in-game settings according to your system. If you set the game settings higher than your system can support, the chances are pretty high that you will face lag, especially in PvP.

Now, if you also want to set the best Controller and Mouse settings for the game, we have a guide on it as well!

If you’re looking to further enhance performance for Shatterline, I’d recommend following Nvidia’s best settings, AMD Radeon settings, and Windows optimization guide on eXputer.

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Haider Khan is our error guides writer who loves to tinker around with operating systems and game files to find practical solutions to video game issues. He then crafts easy-to-follow error fix guides based on his findings. He’s also a Battlefield veteran who likes to rack up some Ws in his spare time. Learn some more about his gaming journey on his Steam profile. Experience: 3+ Years || Education: Bachelor's in Journalism || Successfully Troubleshot Over 200 Games || Mainly Covers Error Fix & Game Settings 

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