Battalion 1944 is, in fact, quite a decent-looking game. This indie multiplayer FPS hasn't exactly shied away from latest audiovisual developments in video games, and while it's no raytracing monstrosity, the game can be quite hardware-heavy. That's where FPS boost comes into play.
As is the case with every game, Battalion 1944 performance tweaks could always come in handy for this or that reason, and for that purpose, we've collected an assortment of tweaks and settings that might bolster your performance in the game across the board.
Battalion 1944 Performance Tweaks
Firstly, you're going to want to set the following launch options:
-refresh 120 (if you've got a 120 Hz screen)
-maxmem=7168 (if you've got 8 GB of RAM)
When that's done, disable DPI scaling by checking the Compatibility tab in your Battalion .exe file's properties, and enable Texture Streaming in the in-game options menu. Of course, you're also going to want to reduce settings to the lowest possible values, too, but these might help you out a fair bit, in some cases.
We've also got a piece on Forward Renderer settings in Battalion 1944, and if you're trying to eke out as much FPS out of the game as possible, you're going to want to read that.