Daemon X Machina is now finally available on PC, and you can get it from Steam. If you want to adjust the Daemon X Machina Anisotropic Filtering setting, here’s how.
The game was originally released on the Nintendo Switch but is now available on PC as well.
The in-game settings don’t allow players to adjust this setting, but you can do it via configuration files.
You can go for a lower value, but since this option doesn’t have an impact on the game, you’ll be fine with 16.
After this, the next time you run the game, it will look much cleaner.
To run the game on PC, you’ll need the following specifications
These are fairly manageable requirements, though the i7 recommended CPU is a bit weird. In any case, you’ll need to ensure that you have at least a decent i5 in 2020 if you want to run modern titles.
The GPU requirement isn’t very heavy as the game isn’t graphically intensive, but for higher resolutions and settings, a GTX 1060 or RX 580 is recommended.
You can purchase it on Steam here.
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