Overwatch 2: How to Fix Blurry Screen

Every game launch comes with its technical issues and Overwatch 2 is no exception.

Specifically, players have to deal with extremely blurry visuals, even though their graphic settings are set to medium or high.

Fortunately, there’s an easy fix from the in-game settings to make your screen crystal-clear again.

In this guide, I will explain how to fix the blurry screen issue in Overwatch 2.

How to Fix Blurry Screen for PC

Here are some solutions to try if you’re having a blurry screen in Overwatch 2.

Disable Dynamic Render Scale

How to disable Dynamic Render Scale in Overwatch 2.

After opening Overwatch 2, click Escape on your keyboard. Then, go to Settings and select Video. Then, select the fourth option from the top named Dynamic Render Scale, and turn it off.

For some reason, Overwatch 2 has it on by default and it causes issues with many devices.

Change Antialias Quality

If Dynamic Render Scale didn’t do the trick for you, consider altering the antialias quality. From Video Settings, select Graphics Quality in the left column. Antialias quality will be the sixth option from the bottom.

How to change Antialias quality in Overwatch 2.

Try different options and start with setting it to off. If off doesn’t work, try setting it to the highest possible option.

Restart or Reinstall the Game

If neither of these methods works, start by restarting the game. Sometimes it’s the easiest fix.

In case restarting doesn’t fix the issue, reinstalling is your best bet. It will take a while since the servers are overloaded after launch but it’s worth trying.

How to Fix Blurry Screen for Console

If you’re facing this issue on a console, other than restarting and reinstalling, there’s one solution you could try.

Enable Balanced Mode

After opening the game, go to the settings and find Balanced Mode. Make sure it’s turned on.

After turning it on, avoid opening the chat box. Interacting with the chat can affect the quality of your game, cause blurry graphics, and reduce your fps.

Also, if you’re wondering about fps on PS5, check out our guide on how to tweak certain settings for optimal performance in Overwatch 2.

Similar to PC solutions, if this doesn’t work, try restarting or reinstalling the game.


Hopefully, these steps have helped you tackle the blurry screen issue in Overwatch 2.

Tweak your settings a bit and make sure to restart the game if needed. And now you’re ready to enjoy Overwatch 2.

Now that you’re back in the game, consider checking out our guide on how to unlock golden weapons in Overwatch 2.

Did these solutions work for you? Or did you find a different way to fix the blurry screen issue? Let us know in the comments below.

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