Risk of Rain Returns Best Settings Guide

Optimize your gaming experience! Uncover the best in-game settings with our Risk of Rain Returns Best Settings guide for effective progress and enjoyment.

The settings you make in-game are effective in the progress of the game. So which are the best settings? Here you can also make the best settings using the information in this Risk of Rain Returns Best Settings guide!

This is the guide AChristianGamer it was created by. You can find the author’s link at the end of the guide.

Risk of Rain Returns Best Settings Guide

The screenshots you’ll see in this Risk of Rain Returns Best Settings guide were taken while using Alternate UI Font. Whether or not you use this setting for your game is completely optional.

This is what the text looks like with it on:

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And this is what it looks like by default:

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Player Visibility

Pretty hard to play the game when your can’t see your character.

Let’s change that.

Go into Settings and copying these settings.

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Then switch to Controls Tab, click on Accessibility Options, and copy these settings.

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After doing both, your screen should now look like this:

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Where as before your screen most likely looked like this:

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Having the ability to see your character while zoomed out is important, because it allows for easier traversal and discovery of your surroundings.
Here’s a scaled comparison to show the difference these settings make:

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Easier Controls

The default keys aren’t the greatest.

But that doesn’t mean you need a controller.

Go into Setting, Switch to Controls Tab, and copy these binds.
(Feel free to make a new layout by clicking Default in the Profiles Section)

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Then click on Accessibility Options and copy these settings.

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Rapid Fire

Skills that require repeated inputs may be executed by holding the button down.

Auto Jump

Allows holding the jump button to jump again when landing.

Up to Jump

Replaces the ‘Jump’ button input with the up button.
Jumping from ropes now requires left or right.

I really like ‘Up to Jump’, because I’ve put way too much time into 2D Platformers during Highschool, and cannot imagine trying to accommodate for this game’s weird climbing controls.

After which scroll down for Menu Navigation, and copy these binds.

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Written by AChristianGamer

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