Game Settings

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Albion Online's Game Settings consists of 11 different menus, which can be individually adjusted to the player's personal preferences and system.

Each Settings menu has a reset button in the bottom right corner so that players can always restore specific settings pages to their default values.

1. Video Settings:

Video Settings
  • Display: fullscreen, borderless fullscreen window, window
  • Resolution: 1920x1080, 1680x1050, 1400x1050, 1600x900, 1440x900, 1280x960, 1366x768, 1360x768, 1280x800, 1152x864, 1280x768, 1280x720, 1024x768
  • Frame rate limit; off, 30, 60, 100, 120, 200
  • Vertical sync; toggle
  • Skip intro video; toggle
  • Quality:
    Video settings: quality
    • Visual Quality; low, medium, high, ultra, custom
    • Prefab Quality; low, medium, high, ultra
    • Shadows; medium, high
    • Shadow Resolution; medium, high, ultra
    • Number of Shadow Cascades; low, medium, high
    • Shadow Distance; low, medium, high, ultra
    • show effects; off, self, all
    • animation quality; low, medium, high
    • shader quality; medium, ultra
    • screen space ambient occlusion;
    • anti-aliasing; off, low, medium, high
    • antisotropic texture filtering; toggle
    • window animations; toggle
    • obscured character highlighting; toggle
    • camera shake; toggle
    • bloom; toggle
    • Audio Settings
      Name Tags Settings
      Mouse Control Settings

2. Audio Settings:

  • Music, Sound, and Ambience sound levels can be adjusted between 0 to 100%.

3. Name Tags Settings:

  • Your Name Tag;
  • Guild & Alliance members Name Tags;
  • All other players Name Tags;
  • Nametag Types;
  • Show Offscreen Nametags;
  • Show target markers;

4. Mouse Control Settings:

  • Classic Controls / RTS-like Controls;
  • Quick cast settings;
  • Double press to attack: toggleable;

5. Interface Settings:

Interface settings
  • Spell indication areas:
    • Enemy damage;
    • Ally damage;
    • Enemy heals;
    • Ally heals;
  • Spell indicator intensity;
  • Information:
    • Warnings before entering PvP areas;
    • Force Combat mode (When in combat mode, you cannot click on objects that are not combat-relevant, such as resources);
    • Auto Target Aggressor (If you get attacked while having no target selected, the attacker automatically becomes your target);
    • When buying items on the Auction House, select full stack by default: toggleable;

6. HUD Settings:

HUD Settings
  • General Hud Settings:
    • Hud Size (scaling): 80% for desktop / 100% for tablet: interchangeable;
    • Position of spell bar: Spells on bottom / Spells on right;
  • Information:
    • Damage Numbers;
    • Only Player-Related Damage Numbers;
    • Speech Bubbles;
    • Show Harvestable Tooltip;
    • Show Mob Health bars;
Social Settings

7. Social Settings:

  • Notifications:
    • Friend list Notifications;
  • Invitations:
    • Auto-deny Duel Requests;
    • Auto-deny Party Invites;
    • Auto-deny Guild Invites;
    • Auto-deny Trade Invites;
    • Auto-deny Training Match Invites (GvG Scrims);
  • Reset Party User Interface;
  • Reset Chat;
Language Settings

8. Language Settings:

  • Game language can be changed between:
    • English;
    • German;
    • French;
    • Russian;
    • Polish;
    • Spanish;
    • Portuguese;

9. Key Bindings Settings:

Key Bindings Settings

All in-game commands can be bound to different keys based on the Player's preference & keyboard lay-out. The bold keys are the default key-binds.

  • Interface commands:
    • close all windows; ESC
    • open inventory; I
    • toogle destiny board; B
    • toogle region map; N
    • toogle world map; M
    • toogle guild UI; G
    • toogle build building;
    • toogle hiding GUI;
    • toogle social UI; O
    • toogle faction info;
  • Gameplay:
    • attack current target;
    • deselect target;
    • select self;
    • select party member 1;
    • select party member 2;
    • select party member 3;
    • select party member 4;
    • select party member 5;
    • select party member 6;
    • select party member 7;
    • select party member 8;
    • select party member 9;
    • select party member 10
    • select party member 11;
    • select party member 12;
    • select party member 13;
    • select party member 14;
    • select party member 15;
    • select party member 16;
    • select party member 17;
    • select party member 18;
    • select party member 19;
    • select party member 20;
    • show match stats by holding down;
    • stop any action;
    • toogle force combat mode;
    • auto run;
    • send ping at your current position;
    • select marked target 1;
    • select marked target 2;
    • select marked target 3;
    • select marked target 4;
    • select marked target 5;
    • select marked target 6;
    • use marker 1;
    • use marker 2;
    • use marker 3;
    • use marker 4;
    • use marker 5;
    • use marker 6;
  • Notifications Settings
    Action bar:
    • main hand spell slot 1; Q
    • main hand spell slot 1 (cast on myself);
    • main hand spell slot 2; W
    • main hand spell slot 2 (cast on myself);
    • main hand spell slot 3; E
    • main hand spell slot 3 (cast on myself);
    • head spell slot;
    • head spell slot (cast on myself);
    • armor spell slot;
    • armor spell slot (cast on myself);
    • shoes spell slot;
    • shoes spell slot (cast on myself);
    • potion spell slot;
    • food spell slot;
    • mount / exit dungeon; A
    • overcharge; F3
Overcharge Settings

10. Notification Settings:

Notifications can be toggled for various tutorials & warning menus. Notifications include:

  • Entering a Yellow PvP zone;
  • Entering a Red PvP Zone;
  • Items having unselected spells;
  • Bank Warnings;
  • Auction House Warnings;
  • Farm Tutorial;
  • Completed items in Marketplace;

11. Overcharge Settings:

Overcharge options can be modified so that specific pieces of your equipment get overcharged when activating the ability. Options include:

  • Main Hand;
  • Off-Hand;
  • Headpiece;
  • Chestpiece;
  • Shoes.