GUILTY GEAR STRIVE: Quick Optimization Guide (Low End PC)

Quick steps you can follow to get some much needed fps on lower end PCs.

Note: There may be better ways to do this, but this is Day 1 since the game came out, so if you can try this method created by Sketchi. all credit to his effort.

 

The Steps: Quick low end PC optimization guide
Search for the %appdata% folder in your pc.
The folder won’t appear unless you type the whole phrase (%appdata%), and you’ll be able to see your normally hidden local files.

You’ll be directed to the “Roaming” folder”.

Go back from here into the “Appdata” folder, then go to Local, then GGST, then Saved, then Config and finally WindowsNoEditor.

Here, you should see a bunch of .ini files.

Open Scalability.ini and copy and paste this into the file and hit save:

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r.MSAA.CompositingSampleCount=1

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r.SkeletalMeshLODBias=5
r.ViewDistanceScale=0.0

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r.ShadowQuality=0
r.Shadow.CSM.MaxCascades=0
r.Shadow.MaxResolution=0
r.Shadow.RadiusThreshold=0.0
r.Shadow.DistanceScale=0.0
r.AllowLandscapeShadows=0

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r.MotionBlurQuality=0
r.AmbientOcclusionMipLevelFactor=0
r.AmbientOcclusionRadiusScale=0
r.RenderTargetPoolMin=200
r.BloomQuality=0
r.Upscale.Quality=0
r.Filter.SizeScale=0
r.Tonemapper.Quality=0

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r.Streaming.MipBias=3
r.MaxAnisotropy=0
r.Streaming.PoolSize=800

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r.ParticleLightQuality=0

And you’re done.

Optional

Additionally, you can go into the properties of the Scalability.ini file and hit “Read-only” so the game can’t undo your modifications.

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