Currently, the game doesn’t have a FOV slider in the settings, and the default FOV is rather awful (especially on ultrawide monitors), feeling like you are looking through binoculars. So here’s how to change it!
Finding your config file
For Windows Users:
Open the windows explorer and type %appdata% in the address bar, and go back to the folder ‘Local’ instead of ‘Roaming’.
The config file will be in the following folder inside your local appdata:
For Linux via Proton the GameUserSettings.ini is located in ~/.steam/steam/steamapps/compatdata/1789480/pfx/drive_c/users/steamuser/AppData/Local/RaidGame/Saved/Config/WindowsNoEditor/
The file we’re looking for is called: GameUserSettings.ini
Editing your config file
FieldOfView=95You can change 95 to whichever FOV you prefer, however I’d recommend to stay within reasonable limits. I tested 95 and that seems to work perfectly for me.Enjoy playing the game without feeling like you’re looking through a pair of binoculars! 🙂
(Optional) Ultrawide fix
In the same folder as your GameUserSettings.ini file will also be the Engine.ini file.
Open this file and add the following lines to the bottom of the file:
Now ingame you want to go to the settings and switch from ‘Fullscreen’ to ‘Borderless’. Your FOV should now be completely fixed on ultrawide monitors!
Suggestion from comments: Instead of manually navigating to the file, you can point windows explorer to the address below and the file will directly open