Fallout 4 has just been released and I’ve been stuck fighting a lighting issue rather than raiders due to stretching the game to widescreen, a massive 3440×1440 due to having an LG ultra-wide monitor, the 34UM95. I’m not sure if this happens with smaller 21:9 widescreens notably 2560×1080, but the lighting has been confirmed to break with a resolution of 5760×1080.
This error typically only happens indoors where there’s a lot of shadows and lights within a small area, but it’s incredibly annoying as it takes up a good third of the screen.
I’m not even sure why Bethesda didn’t support ultra-wide monitors in the resolution selection but there are quite a few of us out there with larger unconventional monitors. To even get the game to run in fullscreen on my monitor I went into ‘Documents’ > ‘My Games’ > ‘Fallout 4’ and then edited the Fallout4Prefs.ini fields to this:
The above directory is on windows 7 and may differ if you have an alternate operating system.
Now to fix the lighting. If you’re using an ultra-widescreen monitor with Fallout 4 you’ll have go into the ‘Prefs’ file like above and set:
Here’s some screenshots of the lighting surface that appears amidst some lights:
There will still be a couple of bugs in the game such as the sniper scope image below, but the lighting one is the most noticeable.
So I’ve recently been indulging myself in some heated online pokemon battles with a friend, which often includes a side bet or two if we manage to acquire streaks. She’s quite a bit better then me so I figured I would even the odds with a new game mode we can play that’s down to chance a little more then skill, where you can random any generation 3 pokemon which has literally any ability or moves of another pokemon.
Recently the details of the upcoming Samsung smartphone, the S6 have been released with it’s new look and primarily the use of metal instead of plastic for the casing, but I have to ask why? Continue reading →
I’m excited! I bought a pair of Buttkicker LFE’s today and a single amp for $1117 AUD which will be amazing on my Obutto Revolution cockpit which I bought late last year in 2014. However I haven’t had a chance to use it much yet as I’ve moved house 3 times since I bought it and moving the great thing is difficult, therefore I never set it up fully at any of the houses. This is going to change though because in 5 days i’m moving for the final time (This move was included in the first number) to hopefully stay there for 5 years or so and to actually get use out of my Obutto. Continue reading →
Recently i’ve been learning HTML and CSS in an online course so I thought it might beneficial to redesign my entire website to learn the code faster and start my website again from scratch. The only down-side to this that I can see so far is the fact that all the links to my previous blogs are now broken and this may cause google to not display my site in the search engine again, especially the many blogs that i’ve written over the years.
It’s time for another YouTube reveal, where I showcase a YouTuber who I particularly like so they can get the attention they deserve! This week it’s Jacob Weber, an awesome music composer and video effects specialist.
Welcome to the first YouTube reveal, today I’ll be showcasing a brilliant YouTuber by the name of Blood Zelos who currently has 25,000 subscribers. He specialises in building tutorials in the popular video game Minecraft with the occasional parody video and survival games episode where he plays with fans. Continue reading →
Now you may or may not be familiar with the YouTuber “Dan Bull” who creates (in my opinion) the best video game raps ever conceived by man. He takes a fairly well known game and rappifies it turning it into an amalgamation of words designed around the game-play factors or anything interesting about the game that deserves mentioning, and raps it to the theme of the game. I’ve been subscribed to his channel for many months now after I watched his league of legends rap and have been awed by his incredible pace of speech but also his ability to fit the perfect word into his raps while making complete sense about the game.
G'day, I'm Chris, an enthusiast photographer, programmer, music designer and prepper and this is my little website where I compile my thoughts, projects, music and pictures so others can enjoy and learn from them.