Often games use post-process effects like Chromatic Aberration and Lens Flare for the artistic presentation of the game. While some games offer the option to enable or disable these effects but, most games don’t and Life Is Strange True Colors is one of those games. This guide will help players with how to disable Chromatic Aberration, lens flare, and Depth of field in Life Is Strange True Colors.
Disable Depth Of Field And Chromatic Aberration
To disable these post-process effects, players have to make some tweaks. Go to “C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Siren\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor\” and open “Engine.ini” file in notepad or any other text editor. Here is how to disable these effects.
How To Disable Chromatic Aberration
Add the following lines to the “Engine.ini” and save the changes. This will disable Chromatic Aberration in Life Is Strange True Colors.
How To Disable Depth of Field
Add the following lines to the “Engine.ini” and save the changes to disable depth of field in the game.
How To Disable Lens Flare
Just add the following lines to disable lens flare in the game and save changes.
The above tweaks are for disabling each of the effects individually. If you want to diable all of them then ignore the above tweaks and just add the following lines to “Engine.ini” and save the changes.
That is all for our Life Is Strange True Colors guide on how to disable depth of field, lens flare, and chromatic aberration. If you are facing errors and issues with other PC games or your PC then also see our hub for commonly occurring PC errors and their fixes.