This command sets the shadow quality to the specified level.
The syntax for this command is as follows:
The shadow quality you want to set. This is a number between
r.shadowquality in Ark: Survival Evolved is used to adjust the quality of shadows in the game.
This command takes a numerical parameter, ranging from
5, where each number represents the quality of shadows.
Here are some examples of how it works:
cheat r.shadowquality 0turns off shadows completely. This can improve performance if your system is having trouble running the game, but it will make the game world look flat and less realistic.
cheat r.shadowquality 1sets the shadow quality to its lowest setting. This will give you some basic shadows without sacrificing too much performance.
cheat r.shadowquality 3sets the shadow quality to a medium level. This is a good balance between aesthetics and performance for many systems.
cheat r.shadowquality 5sets the shadow quality to the highest setting. This will give the game a more realistic look, but it can be demanding on performance.
If you are not encountering any performance issues with the game, you can set the shadow quality to the highest setting for the best graphics. However, if your game is lagging, you might want to consider turning down the shadow quality to improve the game's performance.
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r.shadowquality console command.
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r.shadowquality command is used to change the quality of the shadows in the game.
You can set it anywhere from
0 turning off shadows entirely and
5 being the highest quality setting.
It's a useful way to tweak your graphics settings depending on your system's capabilities. Setting the value lower can potentially increase game performance on less powerful hardware.
This command will turn off shadow quality.
This command will set the shadow quality to level