How to Uninstall Reshade from PUBG in Windows


PUBG is the most popular multiplayer game on Steam. It is based on battle royale mode where players compete with each other until only one survives. If you want to uninstall Reshade from PlayersUnknown’s Battleground in Windows, then follow this tutorial.

PUBG stands for Player Unknown’s Battle Grounds. While this game is very, very popular, it is also well-known that cheating is a rampant problem. The company who brings you PUBG has made some pretty massive efforts to curb cheating (even to the tune of banning thousands of players from the game) ReShade is another casualty of the war against cheating.


ReShare is a post processing tool that expands the graphics of PC games with DirectX support. It can be used to detect opponents in the PUBG environment more easily.

To our knowledge, ReShade has been banned in PUBG because it provides too much of an advantage to users (meaning its cheating). If you do not uninstall ReShade, you will apparently be blocked from playing the game.


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Guide to Un-Install Reshade from PUBG

If you are of the opinion that uninstalling the Reshade makes the game look good (or you want to play more fairly) follow these simple steps to make it happen.

Uninstall Reshade from PUBG Windows


Uninstalling Reshade

  1. Open your steam library.
  2. Right-click PUBG and then click on ‘properties’.
  3. Go to local files then select ‘browse local files’ option.
  4. TslGame> Binaries > WIN64, Then delete the ‘reshade-shaders’ folder, bgprimary, bg secondary and cookies as well as the PUBG and both the dxgi files.
  5. Now you have to go to the local files again and verify the integrity of game files.
  6. Once the process is complete, you can run your game.

That’s it. This is the easiest method to uninstall ReShare from PUBG in Windows.

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