Tangoworks’ anticipated supernatural action game Ghostwire: Tokyo has received a mostly positive critical reception, though the owners of the PC version have criticized its technical performance. One sure way of increasing that poor performance is to turn off a pesky post-processing effect; Unfortunately, it’s more complicated than it should be. Here’s How to Turn Off Chromatic Aberration in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
How To Turn Off Chromatic Aberration In Ghostwire: Tokyo
As with alluded to above, there is no other option than chromatic aberration in switching to the game’s menu. Instead, you have to go ahead and do it manually, which is a little bit involved but shouldn’t be too difficult.
- Open the Windows search bar and type ‘Run’ to bring up the application.
- Copy and paste the following application:% USERPROFILE% Saved Games TangoGameworks GhostWire Tokyo (STEAM) Saved Config WindowsNoEditor
- After hitting enter the engine will launch. Click on the Engine.ini file and open it with Notepad, Notepad ++ or another similar text editor
- Then copy and paste this line at the bottom of the script: [SystemSettings] r.SceneColorFringeQuality = 0
- Save and exit.
That’s all you need to know How to Turn Off Chromatic Aberration in Ghostwire: Tokyo. For more useful tips and guides on the game, search Twinfinite.