How to Easily Disable Easy Anti-Cheat in Lords of the Fallen
So you’re an Arch user too, huh? Awesome! I’ve tinkered around with my AMD 7900XTX and mesa-git to make my games look fantastic. Honestly, it’s like gaming in a dream. I’ve been running games at 4K, all bells and whistles turned on, and it’s been smooth sailing.
While deep into the action, I’ve noticed the frame rates dipping to about 80 fps, but usually, they’re dancing between 90 and 120 fps.
Oh, and a quick tip for the best visuals: turn off any upscaling stuff and make sure FSR (FidelityFX Super Resolution) is also off. Trust me, it makes a difference.
Setting Up the Magic Text File
Step 1: First things first, make a new text file and call it “steam_appid.txt”. Easy-peasy, right?
Step 2: Next, find where you’ve got Lords of the Fallen tucked away. The folder path should look something like “~\steamapps\common\Lords of the Fallen\LOTF2\Binaries\Win64”.
Step 3: Drag your brand-new “steam_appid.txt” into this folder. Your directory should now be best friends with:
~\steamapps\common\Lords of the Fallen\LOTF2\Binaries\Win64\steam_appid.txt
Adding the Magical Numbers
Step 4: Open that text file and type in “1501750”—no quotes, please. Save it, and you’re golden!
Step 5: Time to dive in! Just start the game using the .exe file in that same folder. Make sure Steam is running; otherwise, it’ll be like showing up to a party without the host.
If you’re the type who likes to keep things on the straight and narrow with EAC (Easy Anti-Cheat) on, then just launch from Steam. Either way, happy gaming!
Hope you find these steps easy to follow on How to Easily Disable Easy Anti-Cheat in Lords of the Fallen.
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