I'm on a bit of a rampage as I'm sick and tired of seeing bad performance due to so many reasons. Now that we have far larger games out there that are using Unreal Engine 4 in the same way as we are (more than single-player or 4 player co-op), a lot of information and "hacking" has been done. Now we need to aggregate that and find out which ones are worth investigating to be part of our default configs and quality settings, even exposing some of them in the settings menu. You shouldn't need to hack the .ini files to get good performance. The presets should be hacked .ini files giving you the best peformance. Let's start this off with some brand new threads from my favorite comparable game, that has an amazing amount of players using their hive-mind to find optimal settings, PUBG. Those of you that have Eternal Crusade performance threads or just configs, post them below. This is pattern matching. There are common denominators that everyone benefit from and have through trial and error, found things which help in certain circumstances. http://www.pcgamer.com/best-pubg-settings/ https://www.reddit.com/r/PUBATTLEGROUNDS/comments/6157ua/guide_competitive_high_fps_settings_v3/ http://www.144hzmonitors.com/games/best-settings-for-pubg-playerunknowns-battlegrounds/ http://www.pcgamer.com/pubg-system-requirements/ AMD are also deploying their most yugest driver update ever. So big it's bigger than ever. Try it out. On paper is has serious improvements. Some of these links are only days old. If you want to try out real troubleshooting these, use a basic install with fresh .ini files, working your towards a set of settings which did it for you, through suggestion above. I can then take these sets and create them as defaults in the client. Feel free to post this on any of your game forums for more people to take a look, which uses UE4.