How to Fix Ultrawide Fullscreen, FOV, and Blur in The Outer Worlds

If you are facing Ultrawide Fullscreen, FOV, or Blur Issues in The Outer Worlds, we got a Fix for you which will increase your play-potential and hopefully help you in enjoying the game even more. Take a look…

Ultrawide Fullscreen, FOV, and Chromatic Aberration Fix for The Outer Worlds

Before proceeding with any of the tweaks, make a backup of the original ini file. In case of any issue, restore with the original.

Fix for 3440×1440 monitors (Ultrawide Fullscreen)

– Go to %LOCALAPPDATA% > Indiana > Saved > Config > WindowsNoEditor and edit the following values in the GameUserSettings.ini file:

  • FullscreenMode=0
  • LastConfirmedFullscreenMode=0
  • PreferredFullscreenMode=0
  • ResolutionSizeX=3440
  • ResolutionSizeY=1440
  • DesiredScreenWidth=3440
  • DesiredScreenHeight=1440
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How to Fix FOV

Usually an FOV of anything beyond 100 is a good option to go for in the game. So we decided to set it to a 110 to be the most optimum. Here is how to do it.

  • Find this in the settings.ini and change it to 110.
  • CustomFieldOfView=110.000000

How to Remove Blurry Chromatic Abberation

Make changes in the Engine.ini to remove the disturbing Blur or Chromatic Abberation. It will make the game look less “noisy” and more decent to play in.

  • [SystemSettings]
  • r.SceneColorFringeQuality=0

WARNING! Note that If you change any settings in-game, these files will be overwritten. You have to make them read-only. Also, be careful to NOT CLICK NO in the settings in-game. If you do so, the game will be stuck in a loop and you will have to either restore previous files or verify the game by deleting the current files.

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That is all for this guide. Thanks for reading and we will see you soon with a new one!

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