Fallout 4 is now out and It is not a surprise to anyone that the games in its first days of release are lacking of some things that we have expected, because we like the advanced options and the ability to deeply customize our experience. That is why there are Modders and Tweakers who provide solutions. Today we have some tweaks for Fallout 4, which allow us to expand the visual field, remove mouse acceleration and improve accuracy.

How To Change FOV:

Field of view (FOV) of the new game is locked at 70/80 from Bethesda, but you can set it to your liking with the following guidelines:

Open files Fallout4.ini and Fallout4Prefs.ini
Search section [Display]
Edit the following options in both files:
fDefaultWorldFOV = 90
fDefault1stPersonFOV = 90
This puts the FOV 90, which is the standard for all games, but can be changed to taste.

Remove Mouse Acceleration

The annoying mouse acceleration can be disabled with the following guidelines:

Open files Fallout4.ini and Fallout4Prefs.ini
Search section [Controls]
Add the line bMouseAcceleration = 0
Finally, to improve aim, since the studio has determined that the vertical movement speed is half of the horizontal velocity, we follow these steps:

Open file Fallout4.ini
Search section [Controls]
Find the value of the line fMouseHeadingXScale
Change the value of the line fMouseHeadingYScale twice the value of the previous line.

Skip Intro Video When Loading Game

To skip the intro every time you load up Fallout 4 go to a place where you have steam installed, go to steamapps, then common, then Fallout 4, then Data, then Video and delete the below file:


Unlock Frame Rate

To unlock frame rate open Fallout4Pref.ini (simply search windows for it, but it is in your documents).

Search for the line iPresentInterval=1, and change it to iPresentInterval=0

Add 21:9 (Ultrawide 3440×1440) Support:

Open Fallout4Prefs.ini in your documents (or just search for it), and change the following lines to how they are below:
iSize H=1440
iSize W=3440

So folks, that’s all for now.