Have you experienced playing with true stretched resolution? It’s much easier to aim, right? How about a blurry one? Yes, we know–it’s such a hassle! Both situations will affect your performance in any FPS game. It’s no different with Valorant. This article will walk you through how to set the true stretched resolution and fix blurry screens.
How to Get True Stretched Resolution or Fix Blurry Resolution in Valorant
Visual graphics are very important in Valorant as it affects your overall gameplay. When it comes to your screen resolution, you have a lot of options depending on what you’re comfortable with. Find out how to get a true stretched resolution or fix blurry resolution with this guide.
Getting True Stretched Resolution
Playing with True Stretched Resolution will make the characters look bigger, making it easier for you to aim. To get this, you need to be in windowed mode. Simply go to Settings and under Video press Display Mode where you will see Windowed and apply.
However, keep in mind that this will make your FPS lower and your latency higher. On a similar way, you can get rid of the black borders by going on fullscreen mode.
How to Fix Blurry Resolution
To fix blurry resolution, you need to have a NVIDIA GPU. Head to the NVIDIA control panel, and under Display, you can adjust desktop size and position. Choose full screen as your scaling mode and that will fix your problem.
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