Chromatic aberration

Other (objects, etc.) concept

Simulates the distortion effect of a flawed camera lens where colors separate visibly.

Prey (Windows)
WIN 2017-05-05
PAYDAY 2 (Windows)
WIN 2013-08-13
FEZ (Windows)
WIN 2013-05-01
Battlefield 4 (Xbox 360)
X360 2013-10-29
Battlefield 4 (Windows)
WIN 2013-10-29
Shadow Warrior 2 (Windows)
WIN 2016-10-13
Titanfall (Windows)
WIN 2014-03-11
PAYDAY 2 (Xbox 360)
X360 2013-08-13
Zombi U (Wii U)
WIIU 2012-11-18
Crysis 3 (Windows)
WIN 2013-02-19
Outlast (Windows)
WIN 2013-09-04
Battlefield 4 (PlayStation 3)
PS3 2013-10-29

The first video game about Chromatic aberration was released on November 18, 2012.

Electronic Arts, SEGA and Square Enix has published most of these games

This only happens with flawed camera lenses, not with human or any other living organism's eyes, so simulating this without a lens being involved makes little sense.

As seen in Teleglitch: