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Warzone has weird scope shake and shimmering shadows with filmic AA and blocky shadows with AA off?

Yes, it does. This isnt an issue, thats just how the game is.

i suggest playing something else if you like good graphics.

 

 

Honestly Im not into shooters, but I played it for a few weeks and the most disappointing thing were the graphics (even at 4k) its not "bad" its just outdated (and a bit weird)

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5 hours ago, Mark Kaine said:

Yes, it does. This isnt an issue, thats just how the game is.

i suggest playing something else if you like good graphics.

 

 

Honestly Im not into shooters, but I played it for a few weeks and the most disappointing thing were the graphics (even at 4k) its not "bad" its just outdated (and a bit weird)

Hmm, it absolutely isn't the way game is. If you watch other people play - no shaky scope, no shimmering on tree shadows/under building roofs. 

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So turn filmic aa off and shadows to highest settings? Its all u can do, there are several settings related to shadows iirc, i had them all cranked to max, but shadows were still blocky sometimes - hence Im saying its normal for this game. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mark Kaine said:

So turn filmic aa off and shadows to highest settings? Its all u can do, there are several settings related to shadows iirc, i had them all cranked to max, but shadows were still blocky sometimes - hence Im saying its normal for this game. 

 

 

In the video I show how it looks when I change the AA. I understand that distant tree shadows can and should be blocky, but THIS blocky just ~60m away? + the shadows on buildings, weapons and absurd scope shake? WIth a 3080 @ 1440p High settings on a 2019 AAA game? 

It looks absurd and no way that's intended. You can't normally see anything like that in Warzone gameplay videos, so how is it normal in my case? I also had a person with almost identical setup confirm to me that it's not normal (check the last few comments in this thread page).

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