Upon launch, Overwatch 2 experienced its fair share of bugs and glitches. For example, a queue time glitch stuck players at the back of the queue and held them there, making the game unplayable. One other bug that players have experienced is blurry graphics in-game that make Overwatch 2 look terrible. This is not a bug but a silly mistake by Blizzard that is easily fixable on both PC and console.
Fixing blurry graphics in Overwatch 2
PC and console players facing the blurry graphics issue can find the answer in their settings, though the solution varies for each.
Fixing blurry graphics for PC players
For PC players, follow these steps to fix the issue:
- Open up the Settings menu.
- Head to Video Settings.
- Turn off Dynamic Render Scaling.
- Back out of Video Settings and head to Graphics Settings.
- Set the High-Quality Sampling option to Default.
What would happen on PC is that Blizzard had the default setting as Dynamic Render Scaling. This would cause Overwatch 2 to set itself to a strict framerate, potentially hurting overall graphics/performance. This was further exacerbated by the incorrect High-Quality Sampling source as well.
Fixing blurry graphics for console players
The fix for console players is much simpler. All players need to do is navigate to the Settings menu, open up Graphics Settings, and switch to Balanced mode. This should fix the issue, but remember to avoid opening the in-game Chat Box, as many players have reported a bug where opening the box would cause the game to become blurry again.