Hyper Scape is the new BR from Ubisoft, the game was in closed beta for some time. The Ubisoft team released it today with the forward event. The game runs fairly well on most computers, but at the end that depends on your computer.
The settings mentioned in this article have been tested on three computers, one mid-end, one low-end and one high-end. Let’s find out what the FPS is like. P.S. These settings will work for almost every computer without compromising game quality.
Hyper Scape Best Settings
As mentioned earlier everything depends on your computer’s hardware. If you have some beefy specs then you can go ahead and leave everything at max. The game looks quite good with medium/high settings, at low some of the things turn blurry which we’ll address in another article.
- Display Mode: Full Screen/Windowed (Your choice)
- Resolution: 1920×1080
- Refresh Rate: 144hz (Depends on Your Monitor)
- V-Sync: Off
- Aspect-Ratio: Auto/16:9
- FOV: 80/90
- Overall Quality: Custom/High (High for high-end PCs)
- Animation Quality: Medium/High
- Anti-Aliasing Quality: FXAA
- Atmospheric Quality: Medium
- Resolution Scaling: Fixed
- Geometric Quality: Fixed
- Frame Rate Quality: 60/144
- Lightning Quality: Low
- Shadow Quality: Low
- Sharpness: 25/50
- Sound Quality: Ultra
- Texture: High
- VFX Quality: Medium
The settings mentioned above were used in:
Computer #1 – i5 4400, 16GB RAM, GTX 1060
Computer #2 – i7 8700, 16GB RAM, RTX 2060 Super
Computer 1 was able to maintain a constant 100 FPS with medium settings. Whereas, computer 2 maintained 144 FPS at all times with high settings.
There are a lot of customization options in Hyper Scape. It’s a new BR for sure, but has been furnished really well by Ubisoft from day 1. However, it isn’t doing well in terms of numbers if you look at Twitch.
Here’s a video from Warowl with the gameplay: