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Here are the best PC settings you can apply in Halo Infinite, now matter how your rig stacks up against the system requirements.
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Although traditionally a console franchise, Halo Infinite includes full PC support. You want the game to be running at its best, so here are the PC settings you should use, no matter your gaming rig.

Halo Infinite arrives in December, but PC and Xbox players can already get their hands on it thanks to the Flight tests, or Betas. The game is fully supported on PC, so the traditional Xbox franchise will see a host of new players.
PC gaming allows players to tinker with their settings and get the best frames per second, or FPS, possible. This makes the game feel smoother and will improve reaction time.
Here are the best PC settings for Halo Infinite, no matter your gaming rig.
These are the minimum and recommend system requirements you’ll need to run Halo Infinite.
As it’s a modern title, you’ll need a powerful rig to get stunning visuals and high FPS, but the minimum requirements aren’t too demanding.
It’s always worth keeping your graphics drivers up-to-date to make sure that your GPU is reaching optimal performance. Plus, Halo Infinite devs advise that AMD GPU users should have at least the Adrenalin 21.7.1 driver to “ensure a playable multiplayer experience.”
Here’s how to update your graphics drivers.
If you have an NVIDIA graphics card, the GeForce experience app will handle this for you.
If you have an AMD GPU, you can use the Radeon Settings to update your drivers.
These Halo Infinite settings are all about getting you the best FPS possible. You still want the game to look good, so not all of the settings are on low. But, if you’re not getting a stable 60 FPS, consider lowing some settings even more.
If your system has around the minimum system requirements, here are the settings we recommend.
If you have hardware that meets or goes beyond the recommended system settings, you can toy with a higher FOV and some advanced graphics settings.
These settings will make Halo Infinite look better while eliminating some unnecessary visual effects that will affect both your and your system’s performance.
You’ll be able to find the FPS Counter in the Heads-up Display (HUD) section of the UI tab section of Halo Infinite’s settings. Scroll down until you find the “FPS Counter” setting and switch it to on.
Knowing your frame rate is extremely important in finding the best settings. This will allow you to raise or lower settings to find the ideal FPS for your system and monitor.
And that’s all of the settings you should apply in Halo Infinite, no matter your hardware. But, feel free to tinker with these until you find the perfect balance for your gaming rig.
For more Halo Infinite, check out the best controller settings you can use.
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Here’s how you can switch out your weapon’s attachments in Battlefield 2042 using the brand-new Plus System.
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Battlefield 2042 features a unique new mechanic, the Plus System, that allows players to change their weapon attachments mid-game. Now the Open Beta is here, we know exactly how to change attachments on the fly.

Battlefield 2042’s Open Beta is here, giving players a feel for what the latest entry the blockbuster franchise has to offer. The game boasts 128 players on massive maps, a new Specialist Operator system, and the ability to call in vehicles.
On top of all this, Battlefield 2042 features a brand-new Plus System that allows players to switch their weapon attachments on the fly.
Here’s everything you need to know about this unique new system.
Battlefield 2042’s Plus System allows players to change their weapon attachments mid-game. However, it’s also the only way to change weapon attachments in the Beta – you can no longer do it in the deploy screen.
This allows players to continuously change their playstyle during a round. For example, they can switch out a 3x Scope for a Red Dot if they plan on taking a close-range fight.
DICE described the system as “intuitive, easy to use, and best of all FAST,” so players shouldn’t be stuck fiddling with attachments in a firefight.
Changing attachments is as simple as holding down the designated button to bring up the Plus Menu, and from here, select alternate attachments from four categories. Once you’ve made your selection, release the button, and your choices will be instantly applied.
To use the Plus System on PC, you just need to hold down the “T” key, left-click on the attachment you want to select, and release the “T” key to equip.
Alternatively, you can bring up the Plus System, then use keybinds to cycle through attachments.
On Xbox controllers, you bring up the Plus System with LB, then use the directional buttons to select the attachment, then release LB to equip your loadout.
However, (using an Xbox controller on PC) the directional buttons don’t always seem to work. Instead, you need to use the ABXY buttons to cycle attachments. These correspond to the location on the attachment menu, e.g, Y is at the top, so changes the Sight attachment.
PlayStation players just need to hold L1, use the directional buttons to select, then release L1 to equip the attachments.
The same problem may also be on PlayStation, where players need to use Cross, Circle, Triangle, and Square to cycle through the attachments.
And that’s how you use Battlefield 2042’s new Plus System! For more Battlefield guides, you can check out the best PC settings for the Beta.
Image Credit: DICE / EA
Here are the best PC settings for Battlefield 2042’s Beta, combining performance and visuals for the best experience possible.
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Battlefield 2042’s Beta is finally here and the PC version offers a ton of graphics customization options. Here are the best PC settings, no matter your hardware.

Players can finally get their hands on Battlefield 2042 with the Beta now live across consoles and PC. However, players across all platforms are reporting serious performance issues with low frame rates and stuttering.
DICE has said that this is an older build of the game, and performance issues should be resolved by its release. So, we’ve put together the best PC settings you can use to get the best performance, no matter your gaming rig.
Battlefield 2042 has incredibly high recommended system requirements, with devs saying that you need at least an RTX 3060 and Ryzen 7 2700X to play the game as it’s meant to.
However, players have called these requirements “nonsensical,” and say they might not be accurate to what’s actually required.
Before diving into Battlefield 2042’s PC Beta, we recommend you check that your graphics drivers are up to date to make sure your rig is reaching its optimal performance.
Here’s how to update your graphics drivers.
If you have an NVIDIA graphics card, the GeForce experience app will handle this for you.
If you have an AMD GPU, you can use the Radeon Settings to update your drivers.
If your hardware is on the lower end, you may struggle to include some of the high graphical settings Battlefield 2042 has to offer.
We’ve put together settings that should give you at least a stable 60 FPS, but of course, you can tweak it to your liking.
Field of View works differently in Battlefield 2042 than it does in Warzone. While Call of Duty’s slider affects horizontal FOV, Battlefield’s affects vertical. Thanks to CoD YouTuber JGOD, we understand that a 68 Vertical FOV in Battlefield roughly equals a 100 FOV in Call of Duty.
For people wondering why the FOV in #BattlefieldBeta feels different to cod, its measuring the Vertical FOV, whereas cod uses Horizontal.

CoD:BF
120H:89V
110H:78V
100H:68V
90H:59V
80H:50V

Hope this Helps.
No matter the game, you want to turn off settings such as Motion Blur, Chromatic Abberation, and Film Grain. These unnecessary visual effects will put you at a disadvantage and make your game look worse for no reason.
For the most part, you can set Battlefield 2042’s graphics options to Low. The game will still look pretty good, and you’ll get a higher and more stable frame rate to boot.
If your rig meets or goes beyond the recommended specs, you’ll be able to set some high graphics settings to make the game look its best.
However, you don’t want them all set to maximum, so here’s a solid balance between High and Low settings for the best visuals and performance.
You should be free to crank up your FOV a little with a high-end rig. But, FOV all comes down to preference so choose the value that best suits you.
Again, even with extremely high-end specs, you always want these extra graphics settings turned off.
Even Battlefield 2042 players on high-end rigs are reporting performance issues, so you might not want to crank all of the settings to maximum. Instead, we’ve set a High Texture Quality but lowered the graphics on unnecessary details.
And those are the best Battlefield 2042 PC graphics settings, no matter how powerful your rig.
For more PC guides, you can check out the best PC settings for Warzone and Black Ops Cold War.
Image Credit: DICE / EA
The Remastered GTA Trilogy looks to be finally on its way, with unofficial confirmation of its existence given by Rockstar themselves.
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After being rumored for many months, the GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition is now looming large as a new Rockstar Games Launcher update has all but confirmed its existence.

Initial reports of a proper Grand Theft Auto: Remastered Trilogy first surfaced back in January 2021. Kotaku claimed in August 2021 that Rockstar was working on it, the game recently showed up on a Korean rating board, and now GTA Trilogy files appear to have been accidentally leaked by Rockstar Games.
The official Rockstar Games Launcher that allows seamless access to all of their major games has recently been updated, and it has included details about the GTA Trilogy.
Additionally, more leaks have confirmed extra details about the game including official artwork and achievement details.
GTANET seemed to be the first page to report on the Rockstar Games Launcher information, and the first telltale sign of the Trilogy being official was a particular bit of coding.
The files were shown on the GTAForums website, and in one post, we saw several images concerning the GTA Trilogy.
Taken directly from the Rockstar Launcher, under a section about “Decoded text,” towards the end of the line were the words “Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – Unreal…
A big aspect of this to take is the presence of the word “Unreal,” indicating that GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas could all now be running on the Unreal Engine – regarded by many as the best and most powerful game engine in the world.
In addition to this, several other new bits of information have been leaked regarding potential assets for the game, including logos – also from the Rockstar Launcher.
These are exciting times as after many standard rereleases, the original PS2-era GTA games could finally be set for a big spruce up.
As soon as the GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition is official, we’ll let you know with some major updates regarding its status.
Also, check out everything we know about GTA VI and the upcoming PS5 and Xbox Series X edition of Grand Theft Auto 5.
Image Credit: Rockstar Games
Here’s how you can switch out your weapon’s attachments in Battlefield 2042 using the brand-new Plus System.
Here are the best PC settings for Battlefield 2042’s Beta, combining performance and visuals for the best experience possible.
The Remastered GTA Trilogy looks to be finally on its way, with unofficial confirmation of its existence given by Rockstar…
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