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Does this game support 1080x1920 screen resolution (in-game option)? or do I have to use a mod in order to enable it??

thanks!
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lemonadeserenade: Does this game support 1080x1920 screen resolution (in-game option)? or do I have to use a mod in order to enable it??

thanks!
Check the start menu folder
GOG Games/Tomb Raider (4 or TLR I can remember exactly but you'll know).

You'll see the game icon and there should be a settings icon that takes you to a set up screen apart from the actual game. That should have the 1080 option you are looking for.

If this doesn't work let me know and I'll reinstall to see if I can find it and walk you through.
Post edited August 30, 2017 by tinyE
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lemonadeserenade: Does this game support 1080x1920 screen resolution (in-game option)? or do I have to use a mod in order to enable it??

thanks!
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tinyE: Check the start menu folder
GOG Games/Tomb Raider (4 or TLR I can remember exactly but you'll know).

You'll see the game icon and there should be a settings icon that takes you to a set up screen apart from the actual game. That should have the 1080 option you are looking for.

If this doesn't work let me know and I'll reinstall to see if I can find it and walk you through.
hi, thanks for your reply. the thing is, I haven't bought the game yet. The deciding factor of buying it or not lies entirely to the fact that if this game support 1920x1080 or not. so I'm afraid I can't follow the procedure that you told me because I don't have the game yet.
Post edited September 05, 2017 by lemonadeserenade
Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation does support the 1920x1080 resolution, but it will not have the correct aspect ratio. In order to get it working, you will need to apply an unofficial fix to enable widescreen support. On the other hand, Chronicles does have widescreen support, but you can still apply a mod to get the proper FOV. Most probably, you will need to apply additional fixes to correct issues like visible window borders.

In the end, both games can have the widescreen resolutions activated, but you will need to apply various fixes to get them working properly, which is often the case with many old games when they are played on a modern PC.
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YavorN: Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation does support the 1920x1080 resolution, but it will not have the correct aspect ratio. In order to get it working, you will need to apply an unofficial fix to enable widescreen support. On the other hand, Chronicles does have widescreen support, but you can still apply a mod to get the proper FOV. Most probably, you will need to apply additional fixes to correct issues like visible window borders.

In the end, both games can have the widescreen resolutions activated, but you will need to apply various fixes to get them working properly, which is often the case with many old games when they are played on a modern PC.
aahh I see, thanks for the info!!