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How to stop Warzone Rebirth Reinforced looking blurry

Warzone can look blurry after the Season 2 Reloaded patch, but there’s an easy way to fix the problem on PC.

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Warzone’s Rebirth Reinforced map update has been met with widespread acclaim, but some players are complaining that the game has looked blurry ever since. Thankfully, there’s a simple fix that could get rid of this problem.

Warzone Season 2 Reloaded kicked off on March 23, with a huge focus on Rebirth Island. The major patch introduced Rebirth Reinforced with map changes, Weapon Trade Stations, and Communication Towers to freshen up gameplay.

While all these additions have proved to be popular with fans, some have been complaining that the game has looked blurry since the update.

If you’re struggling with this issue, the good news is that there is a simple fix that could clear things up for you ⁠— literally.

Weapon Trade Station in Warzone's Rebirth Island

How to make Warzone Rebirth Reinforced less blurry

If you’ve dropped into Warzone Rebirth Reinforced, you may have noticed that it can become difficult to see as matches go on. Things in the distance start to look hazy, and details are blurred.

Some Warzone fans believe this is to do with the gas that closes the gameplay area, obscuring vision as it moves towards the center of the island. Thankfully, Warzone player ‘niddLerzK’ believes they have discovered a simple fix.

By changing your Particle Quality to high, this issue appears to be mitigated, making things clear again. To do this:

  1. Open your Warzone settings
  2. Go to Graphics
  3. Select Particle Quality, and turn it to ‘High.’

Of course, this only works for PC players, so if you play on console we’re afraid you’re out of luck for now. It’s worth noting for PC players that turning up your Particle Quality will have an effect on how well the game runs, so you’ll need to try it out and see if it hurts your FPS.

Hopefully, Raven Software will have a fix for this issue before long, so you’ll need to play with your settings to address it.

Image Credits: Raven Software