Dying Light 2 – How to Turn Off Anti-Aliasing

This guide explains how to disable anti-aliasing or temporal anti-aliasing in the Dying Light 2 game.

Guide to Turn Off TAA/AA

All credit goes to Bullseye!

How-To (Step-by-Step)

  1. Open your File Explorer
  2. Go to Documents – Dying Light 2 – Out – Settings and then rename “video.scr” to “video.ini”.
  3. In there scroll down towards the bottom where it says AntiAliasing and AntiAliasingQuality and change it from 1 to 0.
  4. Save the changes and then change the file name back to it’s original one.

Hope this helps for people who thinks the TAA looks blurry.

Maybe make a backup of the original “video.scr” if you mess things up.

Changing settings in game seems to revert it I think, but maybe don’t.

Alternative Method

Also you can don’t rename file video and open it in VS Code (for example). Then do the step 3 above. Save changes and you’re done.


You should def. use at FXAA then at least through control panel (Set Application settings in the CP for DL2’s exe File), otherwise it would just be a downgrade.

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