Elden Ring has finally launched, giving players the chance to explore is sprawling open world and die repeatedly to ruthless enemies. If you're unsure how your PC will handle the game's system requirements, you might be looking for the game's config file location.
Elden Ring's config file location may prove useful if you're looking to manually tweak a number of its settings in search of the magical combination that lets you run the game at 60 FPS or while attempting to get rid of the PC port's stuttering issues.
Elden Ring's config file location is found inside your AppData folder, which may not be a place on your hard drive you visit all that often. If you plan on seeing what you can tweak inside it, you'll want to head to the following path:
The file is only created after you boot up the game once. You can open it using Notepad or similar software, after which you'll be able to manually tweak your game's resolution, settings like SSAO or motion blur, shadow quality, and others.
At a glance, it looks like the file may not contain settings other than those you can change in the game's menu.
That's what you need to know about Elden Ring's config file location. For more on the game, here's what we know about GeForce Now support and how long you can expect the game to be.
Elden Ring is out now on PC and consoles. You can grab it from Fanatical, for the discounted price of £41.99/€50.39 or your regional equivalent, as well as other major storefronts.
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