Call of Duty Warzone settings can make all the difference when it comes to winning your engagements in the CoD battle royale. With the largest map in Call of Duty history, all manner of Warzone vehicles to control, and a range of settings and keybinds to sort out, Warzone can be pretty tricky for new players to get to grips with.
The Call of Duty battle royale brings a host of graphical, audio, and gameplay settings you can tweak and play with until they suit you. So while the best settings are very much down to personal preference, there are some general changes that can give you a significant edge in combat. Warzone Season 3 introduced Nvidia’s DLSS technology to the game, providing massive performance boosts to anyone with an RTX graphics card.
So, in order to get you off to a winning start, we’ve assembled a quick guide to the best Warzone settings for PC so you can spot targets, move quickly and efficiently, and hopefully avoid any dropped frames when you drop into the massive Verdansk map. We’ll run through some graphics options, the best audio settings, and some important control changes for Warzone.