Here’s how to get rid of it.
If you’ve found Cyberpunk 2077 a bit blurry, it’s not just you, as a lot of players are complaining about smoky visuals. Thanks to this, it’s something that can be easily changed and players are now shaking up with the game’s default graphics settings to fix the problem. While it doesn’t expect to fix all texture pop-in and resolution issues on basic consoles – you’ll have to wait for the CDPR patch for it.
Reddit and Twitter, Players have complained that some settings have been automatically enabled in Cyberpunk 2077 in – to make the game feel more cinematic there – making it look blurry. My Xbox series SI found that the game enabled motion blur, film granulation, field depth, lens flare, and chromatic aberration (which blurred the edges of the screen like an old lens), which when combined could give the game a ridiculous look.
To fix this, players are disabling a combination (or sometimes all) of these settings. I’ve tried it on the Xbox Series SA considering speed blur, disabling film granules and chromatic erosion as the main culprits and found it to be the clarity of visuals – especially around the edges of the screen. It’s like a little resolution bump and you can also move the depth of field if you want to go further. PC player It has been found that changing the field of view can also help. Some people may like the look of the old school blade runner but I quite like being able to see where I am going.
Here’s a quick video to see what the change looks like:
Obviously, this isn’t going to improve the Base Xbox One and PlayStation 4 much more serious issues, so it’s more significant for those on newer consoles or PCs. The full post-Zen version of Cyberpunk 2077 isn’t set for release until 2021, so these tweets could help us tide further until the performance upgrade.