In multiplayer games, it’s really important to take care not only about graphics, but also about performance, and today we will tell you the best Fortnite settings for high FPS on Nintendo Switch. With this information, you will be able to get stable performance that will give you an edge over your opponents.
So, let’s take a closer look at the settings menu of Fortnite and find out what exactly needs to be enabled or disabled to get a stable FPS.
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Nintendo Switch best Fortnite settings for high FPS explained
In order to get a good performance, you will need to open the Fortnite settings menu. There you can change various things and now we will talk about the best setup. Here are the best Fortnite Nintendo Switch settings for high FPS:
- Turn off the Power Saving mode. It prevents your device from running the game at full capacity and, as a result, degrades its performance. You can find this parameter in the Advanced Settings menu.
- Go to the Controls menu and turn off Vibration. Yes, this thing makes the game more immersive, but it also requires some power that your Nintendo Switch could use to improve the performance of the game. So, turning it off will help you get higher FPS in Fortnite.
- Enable the Show FPS parameter as it allows you to check the current performance of Fortnite.
- Finally, try using minimalistic skins and cosmetic items. If you have some graphical effects on your character, they may cause lags and FPS drops.
As you can see, there aren’t many customizable graphics settings in Fortnite, and the game can’t run above 30 FPS on Nintendo Switch. However, if you do as we said in the previous paragraph, you should be able to get good performance even in the biggest fights. Good luck and hopefully, this article will help you achieve better results! And while you are still here, make sure to check our guide on how to connect your Nintendo Switch to your laptop.