Hearthstone: How to Set Up in Game Options
Every game has got a list of options and settings to tinker with that will optimize gaming experience if implemented in the right combination. Hearthstone is no exception. You’ll be delighted to learn that the game is available in both PC and mobile gaming. However if you want to find that sublime experience, stick to the PC. The mobile version understandably removes some of the visually pleasing details from the game, so save that for on-the-go time to kill.
To start, the game has got to be in full screen mode to achieve its gaming pinnacle. The encompassing of all 17 square inches of your laptop ensures that you are immersed in the Hearth. Next you’ll want to take a look at your graphics options, which are the resolution and quality. Or better yet don’t look at them. The default options are primed for the best gaming experience. They take a middle of the road stance which minimizes slow animation due to high quality demands, yet still provide aesthetically pleasing interfaces. Leave those the way they are. Finally the sound effects are to be considered. This area of optimization for gaming experience is mostly based on preferential factors. I will say, however, that muting the music and sound effects will be no fun. It’s a joy to hear your favorite card’s summoning cry as it prepares to secure you an advantage in each match; and the background music carries the spirit of Hearthstone that is casual and strategic gaming. Tinker with the master volume and see how you like the noises of the Hearth.
Once you’ve checked each of these three options off of your list you’re ready to enjoy Hearthstone at its finest. There aren’t many in game options to alter the game, but those that are available will make a difference in how you play. So enjoy the game the best way possible. Remember to stick close to RealSport for all your Heathstone needs as we’ll be releasing a more in depth look at the game through out the summer.