Dead Space Remake: How to improve PC and PS5 performance
Dead Space is back and looking better than ever; however, depending on your settings and hardware, you may experience some framerate issues. New graphics, improved gameplay, and accessibility features can all be found in this reboot of the popular FPS, Dead Space. The developers at Motive Studios used the same Frostbite engine used in the Battlefield games. We offer advice on how to fix Dead Space if it isn’t operating as smoothly as you’d like. Learn how to get the most out of your PC and PS5 in this updated version of Dead Space with our helpful tutorial.
Dead Space Remake: How to Improve PC Performance
The first and most important thing you should do to boost your PC’s performance is to compare your setup to the minimum and recommended requirements. If your requirements are less than optimal, you can still tweak and adjust a few parameters to help smooth out your framerate. The Anti-Aliasing option is the starting point for optimizing your Nvidia or AMD graphics card. Select Nvidia DLSS or FSR 2.0 if you have an AMD card. Then choose between performance and ultra-performance by adjusting the slider to DLSS or FSR 2.0. With these two options, the resolution will be automatically scaled and adjusted to provide the highest feasible framerate.
While the visual quality may suffer, the performance boost is evident. These configurations are a good starting point for optimizing performance.
- Lighting quality
- Shadow quality
- Volumetric resolution
The game’s quality will suffer if you turn down these three settings, but performance will be much improved as a result.
Dead Space Remake: How to Improve PS5 Performance
If you’re a PS5 player trying to increase your performance, you’ll find that the PS4 version couldn’t be easier. Changing from Quality Level to Performance Mode might increase the framerate if you feel it to be too low. In quality mode, the visuals are improved and the resolution is increased, but the framerate is capped at 30. As the name implies, the performance option reduces the visual quality but keeps the frame rate at a steady 60. PC users should ensure their PC drivers are up-to-date and shut down any background apps to give the game the required resources to function smoothly. Avoid playing on a Steam deck under any circumstances, as it is not optimized for the Dead Space remake.