Battlefield 2042 – How to Disable TAA/Post Process Anti-aliasing for Sharpness

Improve your ability to spot enemies while improving overall graphical fidelity and sharpness by disabling post process ant-aliasing.

Intro

Post process anti-aliasing looks like garbage, especially at 1440p and above. Unfortunately, the current trend in game development is to force TAA or sometimes FXAA to hide various graphical artifacts/glitches. Here is how to disable the post process anti-aliasing to improve clarity and overall graphical fidelity.

Steps

Step 1:

  • Browse to “\Documents\Battlefield 2042\settings”

Step 2:

  • Open “PROFSAVE_profile” with a text editor, such as notepad.

Step 3:

  • Scroll (or use ctrl+f) to find “GstRender.AntiAliasingPost” and set the value to 0, so that the line reads “GstRender.AntiAliasingPost 0”. Be sure not to edit any other values unless you know what you’re doing.

Step 4:

  • Save the file without changing the name.

Conclusion/Disclaimer

Start the game normally, and you should see noticeable improvement. To revert the changes, either set the value back to 1, or delete “PROFSAVE_profile” and restart the game.

I have no idea if this conflicts with any other settings, so revert the changes if you encounter any strangeness. I am not responsible for anything this may break (though nothing should), so do this at your own risk.

Originally posted by pidgin

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