Remnant: From the Ashes game guide focuses on How to Change FOV (Field of View). The guide is also about how to decreases FPS by changing FOV. While writing this instruction, we pick up many pieces of information from several sites for you. We hope that this guide will help you.
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Remnant: From the Ashes
Remnant: From the Ashes is a third-person survival action shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by monstrous creatures. As one of the last remnants of humanity, you’ll set out alone or alongside up to two other survivors to face down hordes of deadly enemies and epic bosses, and try to retake what was lost.
Explore dynamically-generated worlds that change each time you play, filled with over 100 varieties of deadly enemies and 20 epic bosses to battle using a wicked arsenal of weapons, armor, and special modifications you can use to adapt to any situation.
Field of View (FOV)
Field of View (FoV or Field of Vision) is the representation of what your playable character can see on your screen in a first person shooter.
Your ‘real’ FOV, as measured from your eyes to the outer corners of your screen, is probably about 30 to 45 degrees, depending on the size of the display and how close you’re sitting. But FOV doesn’t mean the same thing in all games. It makes a huge difference whether the FOV value corresponds to the horizontal angle or the vertical angle.
In Unreal engine games, for instance, it corresponds to the horizontal angle. The wider your screen’s aspect ratio, the bigger your FOV needs to be. FOV 90 was used back when most monitors were 4:3. For widescreen, you’ll need more than this, like 105 or so.
For faster paced games with a high demand on good awareness of your surroundings, an FOV of 90 to 100 is completely workable. However, it will cause significant distortion. This, BTW, is one of the main sources of the disorientation and motion sickness some FPS players experience.
How to Change Field of View
2: CTRL + C (copy)
3: Windows Key + R (run prompt)
4: CTRL + V (paste)
7: CTRL + C
8: Click the end of the last line & press enter to start a new line
9: CTRL + V
10: Change the XX in #6 to the desired FOV # (50 – 60 recommended)
11: ALT + F4 (exit)
Note: If you have fisheye distortion use a value of “AspectRatio_MaintainYFOV”. It looks approx. the same as a value of 65 on a 2560×1440 monitor but different aspect ratios need different values.