Cyberpunk 2077 contains many visual enhancements to add to its overall realism, but some of them are optional and can make for a better experience. Check out our recommendations for the best settings to use in Cyberpunk 2077.
How to Improve Cyberpunk 2077’s Visuals
There are a number of different settings that can be tweaked in the PC version of Cyberpunk 2077 to increase overall performance, but there are also some things that can be enabled or disabled on the console versions, too, that can make for a better overall picture.
Some things that can be disabled that lead to a sharper overall image include:
- Film Grain (turn off)
- Chromatic Aberration (turn off)
Additionally, Motion Blur can be set to low or off depending on your preference if you don’t like the artificial blur that simulates speed when turning your character’s head. This can also lead to a less blurry image when moving.
Depth of Field is a realistic effect that makes the background appear blurred when you are focused on something in front of you, such as another person when having a conversation. While this is how our eyes perceive the world, it can be turned off if you want everything to be in focus regardless of where you’re looking.