Tower of Fantasy: 9 settings you absolutely must change on PC and mobile

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Are you fed up with FPS drops and would like some tips to make Tower of Fantasy much smoother? Here are the settings that you should definitely change in order to enjoy the game.

It’s been almost a week since the global release of Tower of Fantasy and millions of players have already installed the game on both mobile and PC to explore the world of Aida and summon their first SSR. Regardless of the platform chosen, we have to admit that the free-to-play gacha has been plagued by numerous bugs since its launch, including performance and handling issues. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to solve them all in this article, but you should know that there are a few settings that can make your life easier right in the game.

How to access the advanced settings of Tower of Fantasy?

  • To access the settings on a PC: press Escape, and click on the Settings tab.
  • To access the settings on a smartphone: click on the icon at the top right of your screen, then click on Settings.

Once this is done, you will only have access to the game’s lambda settings with several tabs available on the side. This is where you can, for example, rebind your PC keys (although it’s advisable to use a joystick or not touch anything and just switch your keyboard to Qwerty), change the language or access your UID and player name. What interests us the most is in the first tabs of the left column with “Basics” “Display” “Camera” and “Miscellaneous”.

In each of these tabs there are settings that you should absolutely change for a better game experience. To access the advanced settings, you need to go to the “View” tab and you will see a tiny button called “Advanced Settings” available on PC and mobile.

Parameters that must be changed

Without further ado, here are some tab-by-tab settings you need to change. Before you start, make sure your devices meet the minimum requirements to run the game.

Bases tab

In this tab you can change the volume of the game and also monitor your display preferences.

  • If the world chat annoys you and takes up too much space on your screen, you can simply disable it in “Display preferences” and set OFF to “Display chat on main page”.
  • Very important on mobile especially: if it annoys you that your character automatically climbs the smallest piece of scenery, you can disable this at the very bottom of the tab with “automatic climbing”.

View tab

This is where the real work begins. This tab has a lot of basic and advanced settings. Here are the ones you should touch first:

  • If your game is not smooth, you should lower the display quality with the buttons under “Screen settings”. Choose “balanced” or “good” but if that is still not enough, you can click on “Advanced Settings” to customize your settings. The graphics will necessarily be less beautiful but your game will stop lagging (especially on mobile): do not hesitate to check “medium” or “low” in each category.
  • You can also lower the “explorers on the same screen” setting. Your MMO open world immersion experience will be less good but it allows to display less things on the screen and therefore your game to load faster.
  • You can disable shading, at the very bottom of the tab, for the same reasons,
  • Another essential setting to lower is the vegetation detail: this will allow you to better see hidden resources and chests.

Camera tab

These parameters are especially important on mobile, where the handling is inevitably less good than on PC (unless you have a controller).

  • This is mainly up to you, but here you can adjust the sensitivity of your camera, the distance in combat, etc.
  • Regarding the operation mode, you can switch to “manual” in order to control the camera yourself on mobile and avoid moments when you can’t even see your character.

Finally, if you play primarily for PvP and PvE (World Boss, for example), you’d better have good FPS without any drop, rather than enjoying nice graphics. To do this, you’ll need to remove the “Motion Blur” from your game, through the files but also through the settings. Here is how to do it:

  • Launch Tower of Fantasy.
  • Go to the Advanced Settings in “Display”.
  • In “Postproduction”, put “low”.
  • Quit Tower of Fantasy.
  • Open your file explorer and type this destination in the search “C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Hotta\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor” -> Of course, the “USERNAME” corresponds to your user name and you must thus change it.
  • Open the file called Engine.ini with the Notepad software.
  • You will see a list of scripts: scroll to the bottom of the file and add this:
  • [SystemSettings]
  • r.DefaultFeature.MotionBlur=0
  • Save, restart your PC and run the game again.

And that’s it. Feel free to share your own tips in the comments to avoid in-game framerate drops and improve gameplay.

Myriam

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