Assassin’s Creed Mirage Players to Receive Welcome Relief with Chromatic Aberration Toggle
Rejoice Assassin’s Creed: Mirage Players, as You Will Now Have Access to the Chromatic Aberration Toggle
Ubisoft recently announced that the players of Assassin’s Creed: Mirage can now enjoy a much-relieved experience due to the addition of the Chromatic Aberration Toggle. This toggle will let players turn off the visual effect of Chromatic Aberration and make the game even more enjoyable to play.
For those who are unfamiliar with Chromatic Aberration, it is an artifact of an image or video display where a misalignment of the chromatic subpixels causes a rainbow-like fringing effect along the edges of the objects in the frame. This effect can be quite distracting and can hamper the overall experience of the game.
The newly added feature will not only make the game more enjoyable for players, but it will also reduce the strain on their eyes and the PC hardware. While this is a welcome addition, there is also the issue of the possible FPS drop that could be caused by the toggle. But Ubisoft has assured players that the FPS drops won’t be too noticeable if you enable the toggle on a high-performance system.
In addition to the Chromatic Aberration Toggle, UbiSoft is also introducing a new graphics mode for the game. This new mode is called “Optimal Quality”, which will tweak various graphics settings to get the highest quality visuals while still maintaining a good FPS. This includes settings like anti-aliasing, ambient occlusion, and texture filtering.
Overall, the addition of the Chromatic Aberration Toggle and the new Optimal Quality mode is great news for the Assassin’s Creed: Mirage players. With these two additions, they will be able to experience the game without any distractions and can finally enjoy the game to the fullest.