Bayonetta will soon support 21:9 aspect ratio
Bayonetta is an impressive action game that is now finally available on PC. The game follows the story of the last survivor of an ancient witch clan who keeps the balance between light and chaos.
The revival of Bayonetta, the last witch of her kind, triggers a chain of events with potentially disastrous consequences. She must discover the truth about herself and her kind and fight for the future. She’ll face numerous enemies and giant foes in her quest, and your task as a player is to guide her to accomplish this mission.
Bayonetta 21:9 aspect ratio
Bayonetta is a very challenging and addictive game, but there are various features that could further enhance the gaming experience. For example, many players are disappointed that the game currently doesn’t support ultrawide screen.
The good news is that the game’s devs are testing this feature, and Bayonetta will soon add 21:9 aspect ratio support. More specifically, the devs are currently testing a new Bayonetta build that will enable ultrawide screen support for the game.
It’s likely that the upcoming Bayonetta update brings 21:9 aspect ratio support to the table.
Meanwhile, gamers can force ultrawide screen support by tweaking the .exe file of the game, or by downloading a dedicated fix. To enable 21:9 aspect ratio support, you need to use a Hex editor and edit the .exe file. More specifically, replace 39 8E E3 3F with 55 55 15 40 save the file and launch the game again.
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