For Chivalry 2 players who want to have clear images in game, this guide will show you how to tweak the Unreal Engine 4 settings to get a cleaner, less blurry image.
I have done a number of configurations of Anti-Aliasing + DLSS to no avail, it also appears DLSS sharpening is not available.
I have two solutions, one for lower end PCs and one for Higher.
Before the two options, there is something I recommend doing.
Recommended Engine Tweaks
- C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Chivalry 2\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor
- Open Engine.ini
At the bottom, copy and paste the following;
This will do the following
- Force maximum anisotropy
- Disable any Vignette
- Disable any depth of field
- Disable any film grain
- Disable any motion blur
Low-End Fix: Engine Sharpening Filter
After the = you can put a number between 1 – 10, around 4 is a sweet-spot that prevents the image from becoming overly filtered, but it’s subjective what the limit is.
High-End Fix: DSR
This is NOT to be used in conjunction with the sharpening filter.
This will completely disable Anti-Aliasing (FXAA/TAA). You will then need to ensure you have set up DSR on your PC to enable you to select higher resolutions than you native resolution to then down-sample.
In-game, change the resolution to one or two settings higher than your native resolution (unless you are already using a 4K monitor)
For example, I am using 1440p 2560×1440, so I have set mine up as 3413×1920.
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