On this page of the Disco Elysium game guide, we list the graphics settings available on the PC version and how they affect gameplay smoothness and graphics quality.
The game Disco Elysium has few settings, but the players still get to adjust the graphics display, which is especially useful for weaker computers.
A list of the graphics settings in the game Disco Elysium can be found below:
- Display mode: you can select between full-screen and windowed mode;
- Resolution: allows you to select a preset resolution for the game Disco Elysium. Choose your monitor's native resolution to optimize display quality. Selecting a lower resolution will cause the image to blur;
- Environment FX: this option affects the details of the graphics. If you have a good quality computer, you can safely set this setting to High. Otherwise, you will have to choose between the Low and Medium settings;
- Ani-Aliasing: this setting adjusts edge smoothing in the game. Anti-Aliasing unfortunately has some drawbacks, as it blurs the display to reduce its jaggedness, so it's generally recommended to turn this option off;
- Dynamic Shadows: this option enables displaying shadows in real-time, but keep in mind that this puts more strain on your graphics card;
- Shader Quality: this setting affects the rendering of shadows cast by objects in the game. The amount of graphics card resources required increases with the resolution and the number of shadows on-screen. Lowering the shader quality will help improve the game's smoothness on weaker computers.