With all the hype and anticipation, we can be sure that Starfield has new mechanics, a new world created by Bethesda, and a whole lot more to unpack. However, in this guide, we will share details on how to enable/disable the in-game visual features like Motion Blur, Vsync, Film Grain, and Depth of Field. So, if you just picked up your copy of the game and are struggling to toggle these features on or off, this is just the article for you.
Although these visual settings add realism to the game’s environment, having them enabled might be too much for your system. Other than that, you may be someone who doesn’t like effects like Motion Blur and Depth of Field. So, disabling them might be the right choice to get the most immersive experience. But how? Well, let us guide you through.
Starfield: How to enable/disable Motion Blur, VSync, Film Grain, & Depth of Field
So, enabling/disabling these options provided in the game is fairly easy. For starters, it can be done from the in-game menu itself. Still, if you do not have an idea of how to do the same, do not worry; we have got your back. Just keep reading to learn about each option and how to change them in Starfield.
First of all, you will have to launch the game and head to the Settings menu from the game’s main screen. After that, click and select the “Display” option to access all the display-related settings and features. This is where you will find the option to make changes to MotionBlur, Vsync, Film Grain, and, Depthof Field. That said, let’s take a look at each setting in brief:
As you might have known, motion blur is a common, polarizing feature in modern games that adds the illusion of speed during motion. Some people like it a lot, while others cannot stand it for a second. Now, in Starfield, you will have the option to choose the intensity of Motion blur from low to high, and if you do not want it all, you can just set it to “Off”.
VSync, on the other hand, makes sure that the in-game frame rates are matched with the native refresh rate of your monitor and not all over the place; however, enabling it might cause input lag. So, in Starfield, you can either enable or disable the VSync option as per your preference. However, we suggest you keep it On for a more stable experience.
Film grain in games is a graphical effect that simulates the appearance of grain or noise that’s commonly seen in film or photographs. Now, while making changes to Film Grain, you get a slider option with values ranging from 0 to 100. So, you can adjust the slider and set the amount of Film Grain that you prefer. If you do not want any film grain effect, just slide the slider all the way to the left until the value reaches 0.
Depth of Field
To put it simply, Depth of Field will emphasize the focus of the objects near you while blurring out the distant objects and background. For Depth of Field, you cannot set the intensity as you did with Film Grain. Instead, it is a simple On/Off toggle.
And there you have it. That is how you can change the Motion Blur, Vsync, Film Grain, and Depth of Field effects in Starfield through the in-game Display Settings menu. We hope this guide was helpful. For more guides and tutorials like this, make sure to visit DigiStatement.
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