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Cyberpunk 2077 looks terrible, because it's super blurry.

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Even CS:GO looks better, just from the mere fact it's way sharper.

I can't stand the blurriness of Cyberpunk 2077.

It makes my 1440p monitor looks like it's 720p.

Even after disabling DLSS, and RTX and DOF and motion blur, it still looks really blurry.

Like I am playing a 3D game from the 90s, with those prerendered backgrounds.

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5 minutes ago, Sargon said:

Even after disabling DLSS, and RTX and DOF and motion blur

I thought all that stuff was supposed to be turned on?

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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Just now, Radium_Angel said:

I thought all that stuff was supposed to be turned on?

it's on by default

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11 minutes ago, Sargon said:

Even CS:GO looks better, just from the mere fact it's way sharper.

I can't stand the blurriness of Cyberpunk 2077.

It makes my 1440p monitor looks like it's 720p.

Even after disabling DLSS, and RTX and DOF and motion blur, it still looks really blurry.

Like I am playing a 3D game from the 90s, with those prerendered backgrounds.

Maybe setting your monitor to 720P will balance out and make the game look sharper. :P

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Err.. there is a resoluion scale? lol

I dunno, I already refunded it.

 

I think I saw it's at my native's screen resolution.

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I can confirm, the game is not as sharp as many others. Even with RTX on, while the game does have good lighting and reflections, it is overall very blurry. It seems to force some sort of AA to give it a more cinematic appearance, and it isn't as crisp as say Assassin's Creed.

 

DLSS makes this all worse, as even with the Quality setting, it makes already blurry and fuzzy images even more fuzzier and blurry.

 

You can remove some of the blurriness by turning off film grain.

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It's kind of funny because in a way, setting the game to "low" looks better than "ultra RTX"

 

Ultra RTX (DLSS Auto):

 

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Lowest settings:

 

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Sure lighting isn't as nice but the second image is much clearer

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Bro, I agree 100% with you. I thought I was going crazy. The game is just like any other game, I don't understand this hype. Image quality is too blurry even w/ the effects disabled, so dumb and annoying. Not to mention the audio, which gets totally flat depending on the dialogue and movie scene. Terrible.

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I don't think it will look good like that.

If I pay 60 USD, I don't want to deal with this amount of hacks and voodoo to make it work.

I can't trust the rest of the game will be good if the developer made a game that only looks good in screenshots and not when actually playing it.

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Well, that's your call then. If you don't want the ability to fix things yourself and adjust things to be how you like why play on PC in the first place? Just go for a console and take or leave what you are given.

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I think the game was designed with 4K in mind and 1080p as an after taught:

 

1080p:

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4K:

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Even the text is blurry:

 

1080p:

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4K:

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7 hours ago, MyLittleFella said:

Not to mention the audio, which gets totally flat depending on the dialogue and movie scene. Terrible.

In game settings --> Sound --> Dynamic Range --> Presets

  • Studio Reference - It's  "reference audio" aka, a flat EQ. 
  • Headphones
  • TV Speakers
  • Small Speaker
  • Boost Low
  • Boost High

My default was set to Studio Reference, and yes it sounded flat. But then again, that's to be expected for reference audio. In studio, the EQ is kept flat so the entire audio track can be heard in balance. It provides the most information to the ears, but it's not the most pleasing.

 

Try changing the preset to something else.

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Yikes that is blurry. That's like RDR2 blurry. 

 

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10 hours ago, Mister Woof said:

setting the game to "low" looks better than "ultra RTX"

honestly, it just looks awful in either. that artstyle, yuck. and is this film grain? it looks like film grain... 

 

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Looks fine to me.
Basically Medium preset w/ some tweaks.

@Mister WoofYour screenshots looks like CoD Warzone blurry lol.


All 1080p:

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the setting is called FILM GRAIN. if you remove that, it will be SHARP on not grainy or blurry Graphics - Basic - Film Grain - It's ON by default

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here's one of 1440p ultra RTX/DLSS auto in screenshot mode

 

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Apparently there's some arbitrary setting in there somewhere that forces TAA

 

Seems Film Grain, Motion Blur, and Chromatic Abberation are the settings that cause blurriness. Turned em off, game looks a lot better.

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19 hours ago, Sargon said:

I dunno, I already refunded it.

Just mark this as the solution since troubleshooting no longer benefits you.

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I'm not sure what the point is in putting up 1080p and 4k images and then being surprised when one is obviously has a clearer, sharper image quality?

 

Isn't that to be expected?

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Hi all, 

Just wanted to give some help with what I did to make the game less blurry, the idea was a little crazy but it kind of works to be honest, I used DSR in Nvidia Control Panel and allowed it to run at 3x or 4x native. ( I choose 3x becusse 4x was given me a base of 50-60 and dropping my frames on a 2070 super) than hopped in game change my resolution to the new set one given by the DSR change. Than allowed DLSS to Auto or quality if ur card can handle with whatever preset settings you have chosen. I noticed settings don't change clarity with this method so u can play around with them. Basically tricking the game to thinking ur resolution is higher than it is and than using DLSS to render it at a lower pixel and upscale using ai. Basically having two ai softwares rendering the game in to opposite ways. The game currently doesn't have a blurry slpat of paint on. I suggest this to many 30 series owners as it will help out with cleaner overall game with ray tracing. Hope this helps and it is a wild idea. :) 

PS: first post was just messing around with settings to make the game less blurry and found this to work

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On 12/11/2020 at 5:54 PM, refraze said:

Hi all, 

Just wanted to give some help with what I did to make the game less blurry, the idea was a little crazy but it kind of works to be honest, I used DSR in Nvidia Control Panel and allowed it to run at 3x or 4x native. ( I choose 3x becusse 4x was given me a base of 50-60 and dropping my frames on a 2070 super) than hopped in game change my resolution to the new set one given by the DSR change. Than allowed DLSS to Auto or quality if ur card can handle with whatever preset settings you have chosen. I noticed settings don't change clarity with this method so u can play around with them. Basically tricking the game to thinking ur resolution is higher than it is and than using DLSS to render it at a lower pixel and upscale using ai. Basically having two ai softwares rendering the game in to opposite ways. The game currently doesn't have a blurry slpat of paint on. I suggest this to many 30 series owners as it will help out with cleaner overall game with ray tracing. Hope this helps and it is a wild idea. :)

PS: first post was just messing around with settings to make the game less blurry and found this to work

Just tried it, not sure if it make much difference, and surely if you enable dsr you should be able to increase the in game resolution past the native of your monitor, that didn;t happen for me. Maxed out at 2560x1440, even changing windows 10 resolution up to 3x didn't give the option in game to do the same.

 

DLSS OFF -  DSR OFF - 1440P

 

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DLSS OFF - DSR x3 - 1440P

 

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DLSS ULTRA PERFORMANCE - DSR OFF - 1440P

 

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DLSS ULTRA PERFORMANCE - DSR x3  - 1440P

 

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CPU - Ryzen 5 3600 | Motherboard - ASUS TUF X570 | RAM - Patriot Viper Blackout 64GB 3200MHz | GPU - RTX 3080 TUF OC | Case - InWin 805 | Boot Drive - Corsair MP600 PCIe 4.0  Storage - 2 x 1TB SSD's & 1 500GB SSD | PSU - Seasonic Focus Gold 1000w | Display - ASUS TUF VG27WQ Curved 1440P 165Hz | Cooling - ASUS TUF LC240 AIO + 5 aRGB Fans

 

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