Crysis Remastered is a remaster of the iconic first-person shooter game from Crytek. This is a full remaster of the 2007 release, and features modern technologies like ray-tracing and up to 8K resolution support. It is available on PC through the Epic Games Store. If you are on PC and want to disable the Crysis Remastered depth of field option, here is how you can do it.
The title is also available on PS4, Xbox One, and came out a few weeks ago on the Nintendo Switch.
Disable Crysis Remastered Depth of Field
Depth of field is an option that is very subjective, and a lot of players prefer to keep it off. While the in-game settings don’t allow you to turn it off, you can still do it manually.
First, head over to where the game is installed and create a new text file
Rename it to autoexec and open it with a text editor like Notepad
Here, paste the following lines
Now, head to Files > Save As, and change the extension to .cfgas shown below
You can go ahead and delete the text file if you please since the .cfg file has been created
In the end, the .cfg file should look like this, and you can still open it with a word editor like Notepad
These are all the steps you need to follow to disable the setting in-game. While you are here, make sure you check out our other guides as well.