@Kaneco said in Better Anti-Aliasing?:
But going back to the graphical options... specifically anti-aliasing. You don't seem to have almost an freedom or as much freedom as the JP client. Cannot make the game look as nice & smooth as the JP client... no matter what you do. Maybe when the Steam version comes out... or someone figures out to force some settings we'll see how nice it can look like the JP client. The Reshader can only do so much... I've tried a lot of options for the past few hours.
Aliasing seems very hard to eliminate in this client... Especially for the hair while looking sharp at the same time.
Nvidia Inspector seemed like a big ticket for these changes for the JP client... but it doesn't work nearly the same or even close to what you could achieve in the JP client.
honestly... we appear to be using the JP client. it APPEARS the data downloaded from the MSStore is all the NA base assets. then launcher downloads the JP base client plus patch/update data.
if you use Repair on your app install, it moves to the MutableBackup folder. if you try to launch from there, the launcher is in Japanese. i don't recommend using Repair function. it will take ages to complete.
at any rate... as far as reshade goes, i found the lumasharpen filter to work really well with games that use FXAA. that is, for games that reshade will actually work on for me. lumasharpen all but eliminates any blur made from FXAA. i forget my configuration for it, but default wasn't that great for me.
one thing to keep in mind about PSO2, is your desktop DPI scaling. if using anything other then 100%, this impacts the game. either got to set DPI to 100% or launch the game in fullscreen by changing the settings through a config file in Documents/SEGA.
sadly, i also haven't been able to get any AA working from the driver level either. however, AF does work. so, that is nice.