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With the recent prevalence of post processing anti-aliasing one side effect can often be seen in modern titles - an overall unsharpness to the image:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1DRyykiKK5zm22CRxrzlQwQusBMEkDjcI
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We've had what I'd consider a solution in the form of sharpening algorithms for a while now, but many games don't include them as an option, despite the pretty obvious increase on graphical fidelity:

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https://drive.google.com/open?id=10XIpeE2UAvz8IG6nKxDgkM5jY4ewrctc

I've happily used AdaptiveSharpen via ReShade through a couple of hundred hours playing PoE, so I'm curious why doesn't PoE or Tyranny (which I just started playing) include such an option and is it likely that Tyranny in future patches or future Paradox games may include one?
 
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