Tekken 7 How to Disable Film Grain & Chromatic Aberration

Tekken 7 film grain & chromatic aberration are visual effects the developers thought would look cool. In reality, many people are bothered by them, as they make the game look blurry and out of focus. There’s a way to turn them off in the PC version of the game, but it requires fiddling with an .ini file. Sadly, console players are stuck with them for the time being. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to disable chromatic aberration and film grain in Tekken 7.

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How to turn off chromatic aberration and film grain in Tekken 7

How to turn off film grain & CA in Tekken 7

The process is pretty straightforward, but make sure you create a backup copy of the file before making any changes. That way, if things go wrong, you can just use the backup instead of reinstalling the game. Here’s what you need to do (courtesy of Steam user JimSifu):

  1. Go to C://Users/you_username/AppData/Local/TekkenGame/Saved/Config/WindowsNoEditor/
  2. Find a file called Scalability.ini
  3. Make a backup copy of it
  4. Open it in notepad
  5. Copy the following lines into it:

  6. Save the changes
  7. Right click on the file
  8. Select properties
  9. Check the box that says Read-Only
  10. Apply the changes

When you next start the game, the two filters should be disabled. If they’re not, you could try lowering the post processing settings in the game’s menu, but this will also affect other effects. There’s no way to turn them off on the console version, but we’re hoping the developers will update the game to include the option, since many fans dislike them.

If you need help with other things concerning Tekken 7, we’ve written about the best ways to get items, how to unlock Eliza and how to beat Akuma special chapter. We’re going to keep playing, and if anything troubling pops up, we’ll be sure to write about it.

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