Best Settings for ‘Call of Duty: Warzone Season  2’: How to Loot Legendary Rooms Without Keys
(Photo : Call of Duty - Youtube Screemshot) “Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2” has brought new game patches such as bunkers and secret loot to make the FPS more likeable to its players. However, many of the game’s best settings have remained untouched such as its game graphics experience. But, players can improve this by following these simple tricks.

"Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2" has brought new game patches such as bunkers and secret loot to make the FPS more likeable to its players. However, many of the game's best settings have remained untouched such as its game graphics experience. But, players can improve this by following these simple tricks.

Take note that improving the game's graphics requires a high/mid graphics card on a PC and how the CPU vs GPU works. GPU heavy settings are textures, anti-aliasing, and details/shaders. CPU heavy tasks are mostly shadows and reflections. If players have a weak CPU, consider putting in these settings down.

'Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2 Display Setting on the PC

Display mode should always bee in full screen to reduce input lag and improves performance with V-sync disabled due to its causes to input lag. Meanwhile, NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency further reduces input lag. Players would also want to make the screen refresh rate to 165 and render resolution to 100. Put the custom framerate to unlimited to get as many frames as players can out of "Call of Duty: Warzone."

The details and textures in "Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2" is where players get confused. Players who have a decent GPU (2070+) can easily handle Normal/High/Ultra texture resolution and still crank out some seriously high frames. All other lower-end GPUs should stick to normal/low settings. Simultaneously, if players have a high-end GPU, go for the normal/high settings to get the true power out of their gaming PC.

On the shadow and lighting department, players should set shadow map resolution to low, cache spot shadow and cache sun shadows be enabled, and particle lighting should be normal. Meanwhile, DirectX, ambient occlusion, and screen-space reflections (SSR) should all be disabled for the "Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2" settings.

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Many of these settings will tax the GPU. Shadow caching will be the RAM but will take the strain off the machine. If players have less than 16GB of RAM installed on their gaming PC, disable this option to not strain the CPU.

For the post-processing effects, players should disable anti-aliasing, depth of field, world motion blur, weapon motion blur, and film grain. Anti-aliasing is in charge of removing jaggy edges from objects in "Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2." Players should put these settings on to some capacity to have the game look its best.

After these settings, all the options are purely cosmetic, and for the PC performance/in-game performance, these act as extra on-screen extras for the players, as CharlieIntel reports.

Access 'Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2 Legendary Loot Rooms Without any Keys

To access Legendary Loot rooms in "Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2," players must find these said rooms' location. Players can enter the rooms without the use of an access card.

In the Verdansk's map, players must head to Stadium's formerly locked quarters to get the loot. In the Stadium, players must go to the Westernmost corner of the middle level near the bar (Basically, the Concourse Lounge). The second room can be found on the top floor near the Southernmost corner. And finally, the third room can be located on the top floor in the Northernmost of number two.

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