Dark Souls III – PC Graphics & Key Binding Options Revealed

The PC graphics options – alongside the key binding settings – for Dark Souls III have been unveiled. PC gamers will be able to a respectable amount of options, and it’s worth noting that the PC version will run at 60fps.

Going into more details, PC gamers will be able to adjust the quality of textures, shadows, depth of field, motion blur, lighting, effects, reflection, water surface and shaders. Furthermore, you will be able to enable or disable anti-aliasing (our guess is that FXAA is being used).

Below you can find the PC graphics settingsĀ and the key binding options that were revealed during a recent livestream from IGN!

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