Final Fantasy XV really needs a HUD and TV screen adjuster
Final Fantasy XV is an excellent game as long as you don’t experience any technical issues. As we already reported, there are plenty of bugs that affect Xbox One owners. Unfortunately, there are no workarounds available to fix these issues.
Many FFXV gamers are also complaining about various TV screen issues. More specifically, the game slightly goes off the edge of the TV and there are various darker areas on all the TV’s edges. These issues cut off important game information and images, limiting the gaming experience.
This is mainly because not all TVs are made the same. As a result, games need to add HUD/screen adjusters to allow players to adjust the game screen according to their TV’s configuration and capabilities.
Final Fantasy 15 TV screen issues
Same problem here on Xbox One. There is no way to adjust on the Xbox or in my TV settings. I have tried everything. My TV is a 720p Panasonic and I have NEVER had this issue with any other game. Just give us the option to adjust the screen in the game settings.
Square Enix really needs to add a screen resizing function into Final Fantasy 15. Too many gamers are affected by this TV screen issue and the company’s answer leaves much to be desired.
Fortunately, some resourceful FFXV fans managed to find a way to fix this bug. The bad news is that the following solution doesn’t work for all gamers:
Go to Settings > Sound and Screen > Video Output Settings and change from Automatic to 1080i. If you use a Toshiba TV, chances are that this workaround fixes the issue for you.
Meanwhile, if you’re experiencing HUD and TV screen issues, use this FFXV forum thread to provide customer support with the details of your problem.
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