Sonic Frontiers Best Settings Guide For PC
Sonic Frontiers is now available on PC, and, we’ve put together the best settings for getting optimized performance on lower-to-mid end system specs.
Before we delve into the best settings for the PC version of Sonic Frontiers, make sure you’ve updated your GPU drivers and Windows to their latest respective versions. Additionally, disable or close any unnecessary background applications in order to reduce the CPU overhead as much as possible. The settings below should provide a more optimized balance between graphics and frame rate compared to the presets available in-game.
Sonic Frontiers Best Settings
The settings below are there to serve as a broad starting point for further optimization based on your specific hardware specs. As a result, you may need to tweak some settings until you find a sweet spot based on your display’s refresh rate and the overall performance you seek.
- Graphics Quality: Custom
- Shadow Quality: Medium (or High on more capable GPUs)
- Frame Rate Limit: 60 (or according to the refresh rate of your display)
- Anti-Aliasing: TAA
- Ambient Occlusion: Enabled
- Local Reflection: Enabled
- Bloom: High
- Volumetric Lighting: Medium (or High on more capable GPUs)
- Rendering Scale: 100%
- Resolution: Native resolution of your display
- Screen Mode: Fullscreen (for lowest input latency)
- VSync: Off on VRR display (On otherwise)
Sonic Frontiers is a 3D platformer developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega. After Sonic, Miles “Tails” Prower, and Amy Rose separate when falling through a wormhole, the player takes on the role of Sonic the Hedgehog and explores the mysterious Starfall Islands in order to gather the Chaos Emeralds. This is the series’ first open world, where players will solve puzzles to gather items, battle robot enemies, and incorporate platforming and classic Sonic elements like rings and grind rails. Players will also be able to fine-tune Sonic’s speed, turning, acceleration, and resistance in Sonic Frontiers.