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I played on Pro on 4k HDR LED. The film grain didn't bother me at all. Perhaps you have some setting in your TV that is doing it. Like extra sharpening, noise reduction or anything else. Turn off all post processing of the TV to test.



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I think I mentioned something negative about the graphics earlier in this post but I have to say it's grown on me quite a bit. It looks better as the game progresses (unlike part one which, imo never looked as good as it did in the intro).



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DonFerrari said:
I played on Pro on 4k HDR LED. The film grain didn't bother me at all. Perhaps you have some setting in your TV that is doing it. Like extra sharpening, noise reduction or anything else. Turn off all post processing of the TV to test.

Same setup for me and the game looked great.



No film grain makes the game look prettier, that was probably why ND put there, they want a more gritty/cinematic look. I think it accomplishes that, I would still turn it off if I had the choice.



VAMatt said:
Can you not turn off 4k?

despite the game having a lot of options turning off film grain isnt one of them what you could do if the OP states there wasnt any on is non 4k tv is force the ps4 to display at sub 4k in the ps4s displays options



                                                             

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