This quick guide shows how to uninstall ReShade in PUBG. You’ll find this post useful if you have the graphics post-processing injector called ReShade installed, or you can’t seem to run your PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
With the February 5, 2018 update to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, PUBG developers introduce a new anti-cheat feature that blocks some helper programs, including ones that alter game graphics like ReShade. What’s important is that PUBG won’t work until you uninstall ReShade.
Maybe you’ve been trying to run your game without success, or you’re aware of the update but don’t know how to remove ReShade, then follow the following instructions.
How to uninstall ReShade in PUBG?
- Navigate to Steam\SteamApps\common\PUBG\TslGame\Binaries\Win64\
- Delete the directory labeled Reshade-shaders.
- Delete files with the .ini
- Delete all related dxgi
- Run the game to confirm that the ReShade screen no longer appears at startup.
I hope this ReShade uninstallation guide has helped you. Please use one of the share buttons to tell friends about this post. And I will be looking forward to your thoughts in the comments section.