Even though Minecraft Bedrock Edition has the most basic graphics, it can still be heavy on a device and result in low FPS.
For ages, players have struggled to get a good FPS from Minecraft Bedrock Edition. As players explore more of the world, the game also demands more space and power to handle all the loaded chunks. However, there are several ways to improve the FPS.
New players who are getting into the game for the very first time should always tweak the settings to get the most out of the game. Unlike other games, Minecraft Bedrock Edition’s video settings are quite different and can be confusing at first. .
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Graphics Toggle and Other Ways to Improve FPS in Minecraft Bedrock Edition in 2022
Adjust render distance
As mentioned above, as the amount of songs loaded and explored increases, the device the game is running on struggles to keep up with all the information, leading to FPS drops.
When players are in the world, there are a limited number of chunks that are rendered. This particular setting can be changed from the video settings.
Render distance has the biggest impact on game FPS because it determines how many chunks the game loads around the player. Players can simply go to video settings and find the render distance slider.
Players can reduce the chunks to 10 or even seven in order to improve FPS. This will hamper their vision as they will not be able to see biomes and terrain from afar. However, if players have low FPS, adjusting this setting will help them the most.
Other graphics toggles
If players are still struggling after reducing the render distance of the game, they can go ahead and start tweaking other graphical settings like fancy foils, bubbles, graphics, etc.
There will be a long list of toggles above the render distance settings, and players will see some of them labeled “fancy”. These settings make the game look better by smoothing out lighting, shadows, textures, and more.
If players want more FPS out of game, they can go ahead and turn off all settings from “View Bobbing” to “Fancy Graphics”. This will hamper the graphical quality of the game but will give an FPS boost. This is only for those who have very low FPS and for whom the reduced render distance does not help.
Reduced field of vision
When players are in a world, their screen can only display part of the world in 3D. They have to move their mouse to see what is beyond their FOV. This can be changed by changing the FOV in the settings. If players have a wider field of view, they will be able to see more, but the device has to render more of the screen, which results in a slight drop in FPS.
Gamers can keep the FOV at 60 or lower in order to slightly increase the FPS since the device only has to display a small area of the game on the screen.
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