Doom’s Advanced PC Graphics Settings Revealed

Those who were fortunate enough to be able to take part in the DOOM closed beta are already well-aware of how the game runs on various PC configurations, but the rest of us will just have to wait until the game’s official release. Even though we knew what DOOM’s PC requirements are, at least for the beta, we had no idea how many or what kind of advanced graphics settings the developers have made available for this awesome shooter. Fortunately, some of the closed beta participants were able to access the game’s locked advanced graphics settings and share the information with the rest of us.

It looks like id Software included plenty of tweakable options, such as a colorblind option, a max FPS option that goes up to 144 FPS, Sharpening and Chromatic Aberration. The rendering mode, motion blur amount and shadows quality will also be completely adjustable, which means that even those of you who are planning to play DOOM on modest rigs will probably be able to do so. Below you will find the complete list of advanced graphics settings for DOOM.

  • Graphics API.
  • Max Frames Per-Second.
  • Lights Quality.
  • Shading Quality.
  • Shadows Quality.
  • Post Process Quality.
  • Particles Quality.
  • Effects Quality.
  • Directional Occlusion Quality.
  • Reflections Quality.
  • Texture Filtering.
  • Motion Blur Amount.
  • Sharpening Amount.
  • Chromatic Aberration Amount.
  • Lens Flare.
  • Virtual Texturing Page Size.
  • Virtual Texturing Cache Size.
  • Virtual Texturing Compression.
  • Virtual Texturing Max PFF.