How to Play Final Fantasy XIII in 1080p and 60 FPS on PC
Final Fantasy XIII is one of the most popular and critically acclaimed JRPGs of the last decade. It features a captivating story, stunning graphics, and a unique combat system. However, when it was released on PC in 2014, many fans were disappointed by its poor optimization and lack of options. The game was locked at a low resolution and had frequent frame drops, making it hard to enjoy the beautiful visuals and fast-paced action.
Fortunately, thanks to the efforts of some dedicated modders and enthusiasts, there are ways to improve the performance and quality of Final Fantasy XIII on PC. In this article, we will show you how to play Final Fantasy XIII in 1080p and 60 FPS on PC, using some simple tweaks and tools. You will need a decent CPU and GPU to achieve this, but the results are well worth it.
Step 1: Download and Install GeDoSaTo
GeDoSaTo is a tool created by Durante, the same modder who fixed Dark Souls on PC. It allows you to override the game's resolution and other settings, such as anti-aliasing, shadow quality, and post-processing effects. You can download GeDoSaTo from here. After downloading, extract the zip file to a folder of your choice and run GeDoSaToTool.exe as administrator. You will need to update it to the latest version before using it.
Once GeDoSaTo is updated, go to the Settings tab and check the boxes for \"Enable generic downsampling\" and \"Enable texture override\". Then go to the Whitelist tab and add \"ffxiiiimg.exe\" to the list. This is the executable file for Final Fantasy XIII. You can find it in your Steam folder under steamapps\\common\\FINAL FANTASY XIII\\white_data\\prog\\win\\bin.
Step 2: Configure GeDoSaTo Settings
Now that you have whitelisted Final Fantasy XIII, you can customize its settings using GeDoSaTo. Go to the Edit Config tab and select \"ffxiiiimg.exe\" from the drop-down menu. You will see a text file with various options that you can edit. Here are some recommended settings for playing Final Fantasy XIII in 1080p and 60 FPS:
# The resolution you want to render at
# This should be higher than your display resolution
# For example, if your monitor is 1920x1080, you can use 3840x2160 for better quality
# The resolution you want to output at
# This should match your display resolution
# For example, if your monitor is 1920x1080, use 1920x1080
# Enable or disable anti-aliasing
# This can improve the smoothness of edges
# You can use SMAA (Subpixel Morphological Anti-Aliasing) or FXAA (Fast Approximate Anti-Aliasing)
# SMAA is better quality but more demanding
# FXAA is faster but more blurry
# You can also disable AA if you don't need it or want more performance
# Enable or disable post-processing effects
# This can enhance the colors and contrast of the game
# You can use SweetFX or ReShade for this
# SweetFX is simpler but more compatible
# ReShade is more advanced but may cause issues with some games
# You can also disable post-processing if you don't like it or want more performance
# Enable or disable texture override
# This allows you to replace the game's textures with higher quality ones
# You can download texture packs from here
# To use them, copy the contents of the texture pack folder to GeDoSaTo\\textures\\ffxiiiimg\\
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