A guide on how to disable the forced Temporal Anti-Aliasing (TAA) featured in Stray, which should make the overall image quality much sharper, especially in motion.
How to Disable TAA Temporal Anti-Aliasing (Less Blurry)
- First, press the Windows key + R at the same time. The following window should appear – type in appdata and click ok:
- Next, navigate down through the following folders:
- Then open Engine.ini
- Copy and paste the following to the very end of the file:
- Save the changes. Done, TAA is turned off!
I also recommend going into the in-game graphics settings and turning motion blur and sharpening down fully for maximum effect.
Sadly, doing this has some drawbacks. It leaves the game with no anti-aliasing, which will make jagged edges much more noticeable on lower resolutions and introduce some artifacts no matter which resolution you play on, like a noticeable ”shimmer” on your cats fur.
Ultimately, it’s down to personal preference. I prefer playing with TAA turned off since I find the blurring extremely noticeable despite playing on a high resolution. It makes it feel like my screen is smeared with vaseline. I’d recommend trying the game with TAA turned off and seeing if you like it – it can’t hurt.
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