Tower of Fantasy Motion Blur, How to Turn Off or Disable

If you want to know how to turn off or disable motion blur in Tower of Fantasy, we have an answer for you. Keep in mind that the game doesn’t let you do this easily; you’ll have to jump through a couple of hoops. Still, once you know what you have to do, it’s no big deal. So, let’s dive straight in.

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tower of fantasy motion blur how to turn off or disable
Tower of Fantasy Motion Blur, How to Turn Off or Disable

How to Turn Off Motion Blur in Tower of Fantasy

To turn off or disable motion blur in Tower of Fantasy, you have to mess with the game’s files a little bit. There is no way to do this in the Settings or anything like that; you have to do it the long way. As a result, this guide is really only for the PC crowd. I don’t think mobile users are going to get a lot from it. Then again, motion blur is probably not going to be as much of an issue for you. One last thing to acknowledge before we begin: this “fix” comes from Reddit user maharahji. Full props to them for figuring it out.

So, the first thing you need to do is open Tower of Fantasy and hop into the Advanced Display Settings. Set post-processing to Low. Then, exit out of the game and open File Explorer. Head to this location: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Hotta\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor. Obviously, you need to enter your own username where it says “USERNAME.” The next step to turn off Tower of Fantasy motion blur is to open Engine.ini in Notepad. Scroll down to below the [WindowsApplication.Accessibility] section. Add the following two lines, without the bullet points:

  • [SystemSettings]
  • r.DefaultFeature.MotionBlur=0

And there you have it, that’s the closest you can get to turning off motion blur in ToF. If you need further assistance with the game, feel free to check out some of our other guides. We’ve written articles like Dabry’s Sturgeon Location, Perfect Decipher or Forced Decipher Type I Password Chests, and many more.

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