[Solved] How to Fix Lag in Tower of Fantasy PC/Mobile

Here are 3 simple ways to reduce lag in Tower of Fantasy on PC and Mobile platforms.

Updated on Sep 18, 2023
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[Solved] How to Fix Lag in Tower of Fantasy PC/Mobile

We all know the feeling of lag while playing an online game. In the context of an MMO, this can really hinder your ability to explore PVE group content, PVP, or even do simple dailies.

The first thing you'll need to do is identify whether this is a FPS or Ping problem. The easiest way is by showing your FPS counter using Tower of Fantasy's in-game settings.

Let's get down to it. Here are 3 ways you can fix lag in TOF, shared open world Anime MMO.

Solution 1: Close apps running in the background to reduce lag in Tower of Fantasy

If your device is running several apps as you play TOF, it could result in increased lag. You can close all background apps before playing on PC or mobile to improve your game performance.

How to close background apps on PC:

  1. Press [Ctrl] [Shift] [Esc] at the same time to open Task Manager.
  2. Select and close any apps that aren't TOF related.


How to close background apps on Mobile:

The steps to close all background apps depends on your mobile device's model and brand. Because each brand uses a different UX interface, there is no universal solution. We recommend checking your phone brand's official website for updated instructions.

Here are a few guides for the most popular phones:

Solution 2: Change graphic settings from Tower of Fantasy's In-Game Settings

Whether you're playing Tower of Fantasy on PC or mobile, if your device runs on an older intel core or Operating System (OS), the game is going to lag. The solution to this is to modify TOF's graphics with in-game Display settings, which offers a variety of options to reduce the game's visual effects quality.

We can take advantage of these settings and get a higher FPS.

Graphics Options

Screen Settings


Same Screen Wanderers


Material Quality


Vegetation Detail


View Distance


Post Production


Fullscreen Display

On (Preference)


1920 x 1080

or lower



2X for balance between performance & quality





On for balance between performance & quality

Follow these steps to change your graphics settings:

  1. Tap on the top right corner of your screen, or simply just press [Esc] on PC.
  2. Select [Settings] from the corner menu, indicated by a red icon.
  3. Navigate to the [Display] tab to change graphics settings.
  4. Tap on [Advanced Settings] if available.
  5. For the best FPS performance, set your graphics according to the table.


Note that your game's graphical quality will drop as a result of these settings, but the tradeoff is a much better frame rate, which is essential in group content and PVP.

You can toggle some settings here and there, such as Post Production or Anti-Aliasing, to get your favorite blend of FPS performance and graphics quality.


If you're not a fan of how the game looks in the new settings, you can add a color filter with Style Settings, which is located at the top of the [Display] settings page. This may help enhance the game's visuals at these low specs settings.

Solution 3: Get Lower Ping by changing the DNS settings of your devices connected

Another simple way to reduce lag would be to change your internet DNS settings. By doing so, you may experience lower latency in games, reduced input lag, steadier connection speed, and even bypass content restrictions in your country. Sounds neat, right?

The two main public DNS we recommend to use are Google DNS or OpenDNS. Please refer below for how you can set the DNS for your PC or mobile devices.

How to change DNS for PC

To access DNS settings, you must first visit the "Network Connections" from the Control Panel on your PC.


Here are the steps to changing your DNS on PC:

  1. Press the Windows key and search for Control Panel.
  2. Follow this path: [Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center].
  3. From the left sidebar, choose [Change adapter settings].
  4. Right click on your connected network, either Ethernet or Wi-Fi, and choose [Properties].
  5. Find [Internet Protocol Version (TCP/IPv6)] and double click it.
  6. Enter your choice of DNS server from the table below.
Google DNS
Preferred Ipv6 DNS server2001:4860:4860::8888
Alternate Ipv6 DNS server2001:4860:4860::8844
Open DNS
Preferred Ipv6 DNS server2620:119:35::35
Alternate Ipv6 DNS server2620:119:53::53

How to change DNS for Mobile

For Android, DNS can be changed with third party apps such as DNS changer for Google DNS. Simply install it and use it directly!

For Apple devices, DNS must be changed manually from the device settings. Simply tap on your connected Wi-Fi and change the DNS settings to either Google DNS or Open DNS.

Google DNS
Preferred Ipv4 DNS server8.8.8.8
Alternate Ipv4 DNS server8.8.4.4
Open DNS
Preferred Ipv4 DNS server208.67.222.222
Alternate Ipv4 DNS server208.67.220.220

So there you have it, 3 easy bug fixes for lag in Tower of Fantasy.

If these problems still persist on your device, you might want to check the minimum system requirements for Tower of Fantasy and consider if an upgrade is needed.

Alternatively, you may be experiencing lag because you're playing on a distant server relative to your real location. To fix this, you can join a different server best suited for your region in Tower of Fantasy that has lower ping and better latency

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