Best Dawnlands Settings For PC 

Best Dawnlands Settings For PC 

This article will guide you with the Dawnlands optimized settings for High-End, Medium-End and Low-End PC so you can enjoy lag-free gameplay. 

Dawnlands is an open-world game with some of the most stunning graphics, and to play this game on PC, here is the minimum requirement you need to have: 

  • 64-bit processor and operating system OS: Windows 7 or later
  • Processor: 2.6 GHz Quad Core or similar
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 760 or Radeon HD 7950 
  • DirectX: Version 11 
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection 
  • Storage: 4 GB available space

The recommended requirement for this game is:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor 
  • operating system OS: Windows 7 or later 
  • Processor: 3.0 GHz 
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM 
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 1060 or Radeon RX 580
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space.

Since not everyone has a computer with recommended specifications, let us discuss the settings suitable for all the Dawnlands Fans.

High-End PC

You can play the game with all the settings max in the advanced computers. You will have a great graphic with a constant 60 FPS. It can change your experience while playing the game

Here is how the Dawnlands graphic looks on the High graphic settings. You can see the shadow, Grass, a reflection, and other things in the water. Overall, the representation of the surroundings is best in the High Level. 

Mid-End PC

In the mid-end PC, your PC might not be able to handle the High graphics, so you need to make some changes. You should lower the Long-Distance view, which can help optimise the FPS slightly. You want to turn off the Anti-Aliasing since it takes a lot of memory and keep the Cloth animation at medium as the cloth animation is not significant.

Here is the Graphic in the medium setting, which can look a bit more saturated. It doesn’t affect the gaming experience as it is close to a High graphic.

Low-End PC

In the low-end PC, you want to lower almost all the settings and turn off the special effects, such as Bloom and Anti-Aliasing, to get smooth gameplay in Dawnlands. It will reduce the stress on the memory and provide a stable FPS. You want to put the FPS limit to 30, as in 60 FPS, your PC can lag and have frame drop problems, which is not good as you don’t want to experience the laggy effect while playing the game.

The game graphic doesn’t look bad in this setting but looks more colourful than realistic. It is still good, and you can enjoy the game.

Overall Settings

Setting OptionsBest For High-End PCBest For Mid-End PCBest For Low-End PC
Frame Rate606030
Particle LevelHighMediumHigh
Water ReflectionONOFFOFF
Atmospheric ScatteringONONOFF
Cloth AnimationHighMediumLow
Middle Distance ViewONONOFF
Vegetation DistanceHighHighLow
Detail At Close RangeONONOFF
View DistanceHighLowLow
Long Distance ViewOnONOFF
Pick-Up Prompt DistanceHighLowLow
Anti-AliasingON OFFOFF

You want to turn off the Bloom effect, as it does not contribute to making the graphic better. You can lower the Long-Distance View as you will not need to see long distances. Similarly, turn off the water reflection as you will play most of the missions on the land, and the water reflection will take extra memory for no reason.