News - Fix Warzone 2 Zombies Fps Drops & Stutters 100% Fix

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No, God, please no. no, if you're answering yes to any of these questions. I've been with you for about a month and a half, but we fixed the problem entirely. With just a few changes to these settings, it will go from that stuttering, frustrating mess to perfect, buttery smooth gameplay, just the way it was meant to be.

The game has been so freaking jerky lately that I do not get it. I want to show you three different settings that can make a big difference. The last one is the one that made the biggest difference for me, but these other ones also helped myself and a lot of other people by having a smoother gameplay experience, so if you're on PC, go into Battl Net if that's waybot.

Call of Duty settings and downloads are right here. Pause updates when I launch the game. Make sure that is checked so that even if a game is automatically updating, as soon as you launch your game. Call of Duty, or whatever else, it will automatically pause that and not take up any of your internet bandwidth, which will help.

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If you don't have great internet, just go steam up here and then settings, and then go down to downloads once again. Now, similarly, allow downloads during gam playay that is on right now, so we want to turn that off so if we're playing a game, the downloads will stop. You can also set a limited download speed if you want to.

I'm not going to, but you can if you want and throttle downloads while streaming. If this is enabled, Steam will limit download speed to maintain a high-quality Steam Remote Play experience. If you're doing remote play, throttle downloads while streaming the same type of thing. Right, so that's the first step.

The last two steps are in the settings of Call of Duty itself, so go to Settings, Graphics, Quality, and scroll down. On-demand texture streaming What on-demand texture streaming does is, during the game, it actually downloads and puts on your hard drive or SSD. More information is needed to improve the graphics temporarily, so every time you're playing, it'll be downloading.

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If you have bad or inconsistent internet, turn that off, and that will help to again save that bandwidth and slow down that stuttering, but that isn't the primary thing. Before we jump to the primary thing, let me first share about this article sponsor. If you don't have the time to unlock everything and need assistance in your favorite games like Call of Duty, Fortnite, Grand Theft Auto 5, and more, then our sponsor Dam Mods is the place for you.

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I have a fancy graphics card, a fancy computer, and all that stuff. Like, it's not a hardware issue; it's not because I'm streaming; it's not all these things right that people tell you; it's right here, the vram scale. Target the RAM is the RAM that your graphics card specifically uses now, typically.


Having it at 90% should not be a problem. As you can see, I have 23 GB worth of RAM on my 490. It's a ton; we're not even close to that, and we never will be on gaming. Maybe 10 years from now, there'll be a software bug for some reason right here on the VRAM scale. Target if you turn that down to only 70, which again.

It went buttery smooth right there on the VRAM scale. Target 270, crazy, crazy difference, so this is the thing that I would actually first test and see if that makes it smooth. If that makes it smooth, you don't have to do the other two. This is what I would focus on if you're turning off or on the on-demand texture streaming or adjusting anything else like I've shown you, then click this restart.

Shaders are preloading; you'll have to restart the game. That's okay okay, delete the shader cache and restart pre-loading. This action would only take effect after restarting the game. Yes, that's what you want, so you're going to restart and then reboot your game, and you see up in this corner shaders preloading.


This is just like every time you get an update, it has to reload those, so then just wait. It shouldn't take very long, two to three minutes max, and it only has to do it once, so let that get back up to 100%.

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