Assassin’s Creed Mirage, with its intricate portrayal of ninth-century Baghdad, immerses players in a captivating historical world filled with rich visuals and an engaging narrative. However, some players have reported a perplexing issue that threatens to blur the experience. They find the game to appear noticeably blurry, even when disabling certain visual effects like depth of field (DOF) and motion blur. This problem has left them scratching their heads, especially when considering that they haven’t encountered similar blurriness in other games or previous titles in the Assassin’s Creed series.
The blurriness plaguing Assassin’s Creed Mirage has led players to seek answers, and in doing so, they’ve identified a potential culprit—forced chromatic aberration (CA). CA can cause images to appear blurry, particularly around the edges and corners of objects. However, this particular issue seems tied to in-game scenarios, as players have noticed that standing next to a bush results in a blurry screen, while crouching in the bush sharpens the visuals. So, how do you fix this issue in the game? Continue reading to find out.
Assassin’s Creed (AC) Mirage Blurry Issue: Is there any fix yet
As mentioned earlier, the blurry issue in the game is expected to be due to the forced Chromatic Aberration. As of writing this article, there is no way to disable chromatic aberration through the in-game option. For more details on this matter, click here. However, there are some in-game settings you can tweak along with some workarounds, which can help with the blurry issue. Check them out!
Before making changes to the in-game settings, try restarting the game first. Shut it down, and if you want, shut down your PC as well. After that, relaunch the game and see if you can play with clear visuals.
Change Resolution Scale
By modifying the resolution scale, you can effectively change the game’s rendering resolution, potentially reducing the blurriness issue. To access the resolution scale setting, follow these steps:
Launch Assassin’s Creed Mirage and navigate to the main menu.
Select “Options” from the menu.
In the Options menu, click on the “Screen” tab.
Locate the “Display” section within the Screen tab.
Look for the “Resolution Scale” option.
Adjust the Resolution Scale slider to your preference. You can experiment with different values to find the setting that minimizes blurriness while maintaining satisfactory performance.
In the Post Processing tab of the Graphics settings, which you can access by going to Option from the main menu of the game, you can change the Upsample type. Now, there are many options to choose from. You can try all of them to see which one works the best for you. But for a start, try AMD FSR2 (for AMD GPUs) and DLSS (for Nvidia GPUs) options.
This setting is just below the Upsample Type option in the Post-Processing section. Try out the “Native” option first, and then go for other settings like Quality and Balanced to see which one helps with the blurriness issue.
Another option is located just below Upsample Quality. Well, this one is a slider. Now, here is the deal: if you find the game to be blurry after choosing an option for Upsample Quality and Type, try increasing the value of Sharpen Strength. Increasing the sharpen strength slider to around 60% or more might help you get rid of the blurriness.
Well, for now, those are some workarounds that can help you fix the blurry issue in AC Mirage. Remember, the issue is thought to stem from the forced CA in the game. Hopefully, the developers will address this issue in a future update/patch. But since there is no confirmation of the same, take this information with a pinch of salt. Well, for more gaming reads like this, don’t forget to bookmark DigiStatement! Read more: Assassin’s Creed (AC) Mirage: How to Skip Cutscenes?
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