Do you love to play Forge of Empires but are sick and tired of when the game runs slow? Or even, the time in which it takes to even get playing the game from the initial loading interface?
No problem, Forge of Empires Tips is here to provide you with a quick article all about Forge of Empires Game Speed. Specifically, How To Run Forge of Empires Faster.
Besides the quicker the game loads, the quicker you can progress and the more you can do to be on top of how the game unfolds.
In essence, a quick running game ensures that you can be victorious in battle and make the right moves at the right time.
So without further ado, let’s get into our Forge of Empires Game Speed strategies.
How To Run Forge of Empires Faster
Here are the three tips to try!
Game Speed Tip 1: Close Any Existing Tabs In Your Browser
Believe it or not, any open tabs in your internet browser can affect your Forge of Empires game speed.
This is even more important when you have open tabs that are interacting or consuming large amounts of internet bandwidth.
Besides, Forge of Empires is a browser-based game after all and thus is inherently dependent on your browser speed, bandwidth, and connection.
So, to overcome any potential game-play slow speed, be sure to close any existing tabs in your browser that you do not need to open and that could be blocking Forge of Empires from running optimally.
Game Speed Tip 2: Close Any Open Software/Programmes On Your Computer/Mac/Device
In parallel with internet tabs, and second on the list, your Computer/Mac/Device may be affecting the game speed and slowing it down.
Programmes and software that consumes a lot of your Computer/Mac/Device’s processes and performance could be causing a drop in the speed of Forge of Empires.
Like so, we advise that you close any programmes and software that you do not need to be open down.
And lets be honest – we don’t want any pop-ups or notifications from these Software/Programmes distracting us throughout our game do we?!
Game Speed Tip 3: Alter the Forge of Empires Settings
Now onto the game itself; when you manage to load the game from the initial loading interface, you have the option to edit the game settings.
First locate the Cog in the bottom left hand corner of the screen. Its the fourth button in the bottom row:
Now, from the Settings Screen, you will want to ensure that you make sure all additional and unnecessary types of Animations are set to “Inactive”:
City Animations, Animations of Other Player’s Cities and Smoke and Cloud Animations are now disabled and your game should run faster.
So there you have it, three quick and easy tips that will make your Forge of Empires Game Speed improve.
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If you know even more tips to quicken the game speed it would be good to hear them.
Hi, I’m Lucas – a passionate and experienced Forge of Empires player and the editor here at ForgeofEmpiresTips.com. If I am not playing the game, I am learning more about the game’s new and upcoming features or writing strategy guides here.
2 thoughts on “Forge of Empires Game Speed: How To Run Forge of Empires Faster”
I have three computers on my home network. FOE mostly runs fine for speed, but when my son is playing on the PS4, to the Internet, both of our performances tank. If he is playing NHL he gets completely booted when I start FOE. I am hardwired to the router,as is he. We are using a Smarthub to connect to the Internet, our typical speeds are 10-30 mbps. Running a internet Speedtest has shown the bad performance occurs regardless of what the current internet bandwidth has shown. I try to connect to Speedtest.net with FOE open, and PS$ connected, and I can’t even open it.
We also fine that if he is playing a different online game and I start FOE the performance of both is very very sluggish.
Is there a port conflict or something that these are clobbering?
Try To use Quality of Service (QoS) “you will find it in the router configuration”
;NB : not all the router have this feature ;
This will improve the priority of the data transmitting from your both devices to the router ! .
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