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    Will we be able to disable TAA on PC

    Hello there, in recent Ubisoft games the Anti-Aliasing solution that was used was TAA (Temporal Anti Aliasing). Whilst this removed jagged edges, it also makes the entire image VERY blurry, which can cause eye strain and could even have long term sight effects. I know Ubisoft cares about accessibility and such, however in most recent games you could not disable it or did they offer an alternative.

    I am quite concerned, as the last game AC Valhalla did not let you change it (even though the game looks so much better without it, youtube.com/watch?v=NStlUsv6KnU this is in 4k without AA, someone modified the game to be able to play without, notice how sharp it looks, even compared with other 4k gameplays)

    My eyes hurt from playing these games a lot and I have to blink very often, even hours after playing them. Will this game, and future Ubisoft titles, be different?
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    WID992007's Avatar Senior Member
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    last far cry also supported SMAA

    as well as the vid cards these days do as well

    time will tell how AMD fares with its new FX tech
    https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/...are-fidelityfx

    and Nvidia DLSS is in the newer Nvidia GPU's
    https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/technologies/dlss/

    and even with older Nvidia MAXWELL GPU's you could shut off AA totally and use Nvidia , and use Nvidia DSR to go up to 4 K on a 1080 P screen and eliminate the jaggies with out a huge performance hit

    https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce...sr/technology/

    amd also has something similar to DSR in their drivers called VSR
    https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/faq/dh-010
    so you could also upscale and not need AA enabled ,,,,,,,,,,, that always comes with a performance hit

    and 6 months out yet who knows ..as they still have not nailed down system requirements for FARCRY 6
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    Originally Posted by Vincent13122 Go to original post
    Hello there, in recent Ubisoft games the Anti-Aliasing solution that was used was TAA (Temporal Anti Aliasing). Whilst this removed jagged edges, it also makes the entire image VERY blurry, which can cause eye strain and could even have long term sight effects. I know Ubisoft cares about accessibility and such, however in most recent games you could not disable it or did they offer an alternative.

    I am quite concerned, as the last game AC Valhalla did not let you change it (even though the game looks so much better without it, youtube.com/watch?v=NStlUsv6KnU this is in 4k without AA, someone modified the game to be able to play without, notice how sharp it looks, even compared with other 4k gameplays)

    My eyes hurt from playing these games a lot and I have to blink very often, even hours after playing them. Will this game, and future Ubisoft titles, be different?
    Hey Vincent13122!

    Thank you for reaching out to us!

    At the moment, we don't have such information on the game's graphical options available so we can't confirm that just yet.

    Please keep an eye on the forums for more information as it's released though and if there's anything else we can help with, please let us know!
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