Digital Foundry in the analysis of Cyberpunk 2077 on new consoles noted that players should disable a couple of post-effects to increase the sharpness of the picture. This applies to versions of the game on any of the platforms — even on PC, albeit to a lesser extent. We are talking about graininess and chromatic aberration (both items are in the menu “Graphics”), which at a sufficiently low resolution with aggressive smoothing of the game is even more “soapy” picture.
Comparison with chromatic aberration on (left image) and off (right). Image enlarged.
Other users also recommend disabling both motion blur and depth of field. Another comparison, but this time almost all post-effects are disabled on the right image.
CyberPunk 2077 was released on December 10 on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The console versions turned out to be virtually unplayable, but on the PS5 and Xbox Series, the game has noticeably improved — there are no problems loading textures, there are 60 frames per second modes and the like.
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