If you’re having trouble with Overwatch 2 because your screen is too blurry to play, don’t worry! This article will guide you to make your game crystal clear.
After a series of beta testing, Overwatch 2 finally launched as a full-fledged title. Overwatch fans and FPS enthusiasts have been waiting for this title for a long time. Additionally, Blizzard made it a free-to-play title. So, hundreds of thousands of players overflowed the servers within a short time.
No new game comes out in the perfect condition. Blizzard expected issues with its official launch. However, continuous server issues and DDoS attacks from third parties made the launch more troublesome than Blizzard anticipated.
Similarly, many players have been complaining about their games displaying blurry graphics. Although it is not a bug and can be fixed easily, some players are finding it difficult to figure out why this is happening and how to fix it.
What is Causing Blurry Graphics in Overwatch 2?
Unlike other errors and bugs, blurry graphics is a feature in Overwatch 2. Strange, right? It mainly occurs due to the features called Dynamic Render Scale and Render Scale. If your Dynamic Render Scale and Render Scale are turned on from Overwatch 2 video settings and are anything below the 75%-100% range, it will blur your screen.
This feature reduces your resolution to meet your target FPS in the game. So, you’ll notice frequent blurry frames while playing Overwatch 2. Additionally, low-resolution and Antialiasing may also cause blurry graphics.
How to Fix Blurry Graphics in Overwatch 2 (A Complete Step-by-step Guide)
Blurry graphics is mainly an issue with your in-game video settings. So, with a few simple steps, it can easily be fixed.
Here’s a step-by-step guide:
- Open Overwatch 2.
- Press Esc> Options> Video Settings.
- Set your Video Resolution to match your monitor’s maximum supported display resolution.
- Find Dynamic Render Scale and turn it Off.
- Find Render Scale and set it to Custom.
- Go to In-game Resolution below the Render Scale and set the value to 90%-100%.
- Now, go to Graphics Quality settings and find Antialiasing Quality
- Set the value to Off or Low – FXAA. It will make your game sharper.
There you go! Following these steps carefully will make your game crystal clear again. Also, if you want to tweak your Video and Graphics settings for more FPS, you can check our guide on the best video and graphics settings for Overwatch 2.