How to not get motion sickness in Final Fantasy 16 (FF16). Guide includes how to prevent dizziness, recommended settings, screen, and more!
How To Prevent Motion Sickness
Change Settings That Can Make You Dizzy
|Settings To Help Stop Motion Sickness|
|Camera Speed||Left: 1|
※ It is OK if the movement is as small as possible
|Game Performance||Graphics Mode|
If you get screen-sick, try changing the settings in the menu to reduce the motion sickness. You can reduce sickness to some extent just by changing the settings, such as reducing the camera speed to reduce sudden movements, and prioritizing the graphics so that the FPS does not become too high.
Brighten The Monitor Or Your Room
If the screen suddenly glows with effects such as Magic Attacks in a dark room or with a dim screen, it can cause motion sickness. By brightening both the monitor and the room, the difference in brightness between the surroundings and the screen will be reduced even if the screen glows due to Magic Attacks or other effects making it difficult to become dizzy.
Keep Your Distance From The Monitor
Large monitors and close proximity to the screen can make people easily become intoxicated because their eyes move violently up, down, left, and right. It is effective to keep a distance from the monitor in order to grasp the entire screen with fewer eye movements.
If You Feel Motion Sickness, Give Yourself A Break
If you feel screen-sickness, it is recommended to stop playing and take a break before resuming. If screen sickness is severe, it is also effective to lie down and take a nap.
Consider Adding A Setting To Reduce Screen-Sickness
Additional Settings Related To Motion Blur Are Under Consideration
Screen settings were mentioned during the official live broadcast. They have already started estimating work on motion blur-related settings, and are considering adding settings for camera speed.
What Is Motion Blur?
Motion blur refers to the blurring or afterimage that accompanies moving objects. The human eye perceives shadow-like blue when looking at fast-moving objects, so adding motion blur makes the image seem more realistic.
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