This guide is to help you fix any performance issues, help out in anyway possible, and be a bit less blurry in the game. Making these changes in the game would mean that you can improve a few performance aspects for this game.
Life is Strange Remastered – Config File Locations and Commands
Before starting off with the settings of the files, let us take a look at their locations for windows and Linux.
- Windows Location – user > appdata > Local > LiS > Saved > Config > WindowsNoEditor > Engine
- Linux File Location – < Steam-folder > /steamapps/compatdata/1265920/pfx/
Commands and Settings
Add the following to Engine.ini under the paths.
[SystemSettings] r.SceneColorFringeQuality=0 r.MaxAnisotropy=16 r.MotionBlurQuality=0 r.LensFlareQuality=0 r.DepthOfFieldQuality=0 r.PostProcessAAQuality=0 r.BloomQuality=0 r.ScreenPercentage=100
Command Line Meanings
Here are the command line explanations or meanings for Life is Strange Remastered.
- r.SceneColorFringeQuality=0 – Disables Film Grain and character blur
- r.MaxAnisotropy=16 – Higher values mean better texture quality when using anisotropic filtering
- r.MotionBlurQuality=0 – Disables Motion Blur
- r.LensFlareQuality=0 – Disables Lens Flare
- r.DepthOfFieldQuality=0 – Disables that annoying blur around the edges of your screen
- r.PostProcessAAQuality=0 – This turns off AA and will make the game have jagged edges, but be less blurry.
- r.BloomQuality=0 – Disables bloom effect
- r.ScreenPercentage=100 – Renders the screen at 100%
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