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#1
Which is the best way to increase fov in ME3?
I tried Flawless widescreen and widescreen fixer.
Both seem to have problems.
Widescreen fixer doesn't maintains correct FOV during cutscenes as stated.
#2

Edit game file, add keybind for your favoured fov. Cutscenes are designed for a specific fov, so don't expect them working as intended.


#3
Thank you for reply. You meant this:

Instead of issuing global FOV override, change camera's default fov property as
Code:
( Name="Period", Command="set SFXGame.SFXCameraMode FOV 100" )
#4

Try not to set it too high, otherwise you'll get a fish eye effect.


#5

Don't mod your FOV in single player, though, it'll fu­ck up some cutscenes pretty badly.


#6
Originally Posted by hamstergene:
I've found a better way that does not mess cutscenes or recoil or anything.

Instead of issuing global FOV override, change camera's default fov property as
Code:
( Name="Period", Command="set SFXGame.SFXCameraMode FOV 100" )
No need for "FOV 0" or "FOV 32" bindings, no need to change RightMouseButton and Shared_Aim, just this one line. Once activated it will be in effect until you exit the game.

Haven't tried it yet, though.
#7
Don't edit your FOV manually, use the program 'flawless widescreen' which fixes tons of things in all the Mass Effect games that would be impossible to fix for a normal person.