Motion Blur can be very hit and miss. Some people love it, some people hate it. I personally struggle to play games with it, as it always stands out when I’m quickly moving the camera.
Borderlands 3 gives you the option to configure motion blur. You have the option to either enable or disable object motion blur and/or camera motion blur. Both being configured with separate options.
Below, you can find out how to configure motion blur in Borderlands 3. For more Borderlands 3 Guides & Best-of content for PS4, PC and Xbox One, make sure to check out our dedicated area here!
Changing Motion Blur
Motion Blur can be found alongside all the other graphics options in Borderlands 3. To get to it, open up the main menu by pressing ESC on PC. Press the ‘Options’ button, then choose ‘Visuals’.
A window similar to below will pop-up, although the options will be different. At the top of the window, you will see different tabs. Select the middle one, which will open up the ‘Advanced’ options.
Look for Motion Blur, found under ‘Graphics’. You can choose to disable both options, enable just one or enable both. Your settings will automatically apply and save.