How to solve the AntiAliasing problem in Battlefield V
Some players have reported low-quality anti-aliasing in Battlefield V even though they’ve put all settings on ultra. According to these reports, objects and trees in the distances have some low-quality border line around them even with all settings on ultra and render scaling set on 100%. I also had this problem. There are two ways to solve it.
Method 1: Try changing Antialiasing Post-Processing to ” T-AA Low. “ You can also set the Ambient Occlusion to SMAA.
Method 2: This method can be used for those players who have high-end PCs because it’s pretty demanding. You can increase the render scaling. I set it on 170% and even 200%, and the problem was solved but be aware because it can have a huge impact on your framerate.
If you have Nvidia GPUs, you can also do the following steps to increase the game’s smoothness and general graphics quality.
1- Launch Nvidia Control Panel You can right-click on the desktop and click Nvidia Control Panel.
2- In the Global Settings tab, change the following values:
Antialiasing – FXAA ———— On
Antialiasing – Mode ———— Enhance the application setting
Antialiasing – Setting ———— 4x or 8x
But notice that when you change the following settings in the Global Settings tab, it will affect all your games. You can also try doing these steps on the Program Settings tab and selecting Battlefield V, but it may not work. The reason might be because of the lower level of authority of this part.
I would be so glad if you guys share your thoughts with me and others in the comments 🙂