Hunt: Showdown Maximum Graphics Power

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If you have enough power available and find the current graphics somehow weak, you can use this easy but effective trick to tease out the maximum of the graphics.
 
 

Maximum graphics power

If you have enough power available and find the current graphics somehow weak, you can use this easy but effective trick to tease out the maximum of the graphics.
 
The changes specified here work without any problems.
 
 
Tested on:
 
 
Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 5900x
 
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX3090
 
Memory: 64GB DDR
 
 
Step 1 and 2 are not bound, you can also accept only one of the changes.
 
 
 

1. Set all setting options to “very high”.

Normally, High is the highest setting that you can currently choose, but there is also very high, which brings out a bit more.
 
To activate this hidden setting, you have to enter +sys_spec = 4 in the startup option via Steam (gear / properties / startup options).
 
If everything worked, you will see the words “Custom” in the graphics settings.
 
Now all graphics settings are automatically set to very high, but you can also turn them down again individually.
 
As long as the startup option remains set, the maximum graphics setting will always be selected after each start of Hunt Showdown.
 
 
(Changing the game.cfg file did not change anything for me, so the option with the start option via Steam remains.)
 
 
 

2. LOD on full blast

Unfortunately, you can still see render errors when zooming in and out in very high mode, bushes and especially trees that constantly change shape, generally a lot of details that always change.
 
This doesn’t look nice and kind of ruins the game.
 
Here comes the workaround to make everything look a bit more realistic.
 
 
Go to the installation directory
 
Harddisk (C:)/Program File (x86)/Steam/steamapps/common/Hunt Showdown/user/
 
and open the file game.cfg with the editor.
 
This file is currently not write-protected, so you should make a backup copy of it in advance!
 
Better safe than sorry!
 
Just add the command e_lods = 0, save the file, but now you have to make it read-only, otherwise everything will be overwritten and will have no effect.
 
 
 

3. Enjoy

Start the game and enjoy the graphics but don’t be surprised, the FPS will now partly drop far.
 
 
This is sort of a return to the graphics from the Early Access version, which I personally think is better – power hungry, but better!
 
 

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