Best PC Settings for Assassin’s Creed Mirage

Best PC Settings for Assassin's Creed Mirage

The best way to play any game on PC is with a balance of high frame rates and crisp graphics. Sometimes this may not work as intended and your game may not perform as well as you thought it would. There are so many settings to choose from in Assassin’s Creed Mirage, but what exactly are the best PC settings? This guide will help you ensure that your game runs smoothly and ensures the best visuals you can achieve.


Assassin’s Creed Mirage: Best PC Graphics Settings

To get started, you should first take a look at  the system requirements  . Although you can change the settings as you wish, your computer may not be good enough to run Assassin’s Creed Mirage. Make sure your specifications meet the minimum requirements and see how they compare to the recommended ones.

Minimum Requirements

  • OS  : Windows 10/11 64 bit.
  • Processor  : AMD Ryzen 5 1600 / Intel Core i7-4790K (Intel Core i5-8400 for Intel Arc with ReBAR)
  • GPU  : AMD Radeon RX 570 / Intel Arc A380 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060
  • RAM  : 8 GB
  • Hard drive  : 40 GB (SSD recommended)
  • DirectX version  : DirectX 12.

Recommended Requirements

  • OS  : Windows 10/11 64 bit.
  • Processor  : AMD Ryzen 5 3600/Intel Core i7-8700K
  • GPU  : AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT / Intel Arc A750 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti
  • RAM  : 16 GB
  • Hard drive  : 40 GB (SSD recommended)
  • DirectX version  : DirectX 12.

Almost all system requirements, both minimum and recommended, are easily met. That is if you have a decent computer and can run most AAA games easily. AC Mirage also doesn’t take up much hard drive space, which is great to see. Now let’s move on to the best settings you should play AC Mirage on.

Best graphics settings for AC Mirage

To be honest, these settings may not work for you depending on the specifications of your PC. But overall, here are some settings I played around with to get everything running nice and smooth.

  • Vertical Sync  : Off
  • World details  : High
  • Interference Density  : Medium
  • Shadows  : medium
  • Volumetric clouds  : high
  • Water  : Medium
  • Screen Space Mirroring  : On
  • Environment textures  : medium
  • Character textures  : high
  • Depth of Field  : High
  • Motion Blur  : Off
  • Upsampling type/quality  : NVIDIA DLSS (whatever your GPU supports, quality mode).
  • Sharpening power  : 100%

The reason some settings go higher and lower has to do with what I think is most important when playing. Personally, I prefer the details of characters and the world above rather than shadows or water, the appearance of which you may not care too much about. The differences between High and Medium aren’t even that different in most cases, as you can tell from the preview images when changing settings.

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