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Wide-Screen Resolution with Battlefield 2

Recently upgraded to a Envision 22" Wide-Screen LCD monitor, so I wanted to try Battlefield 2 with it. But in the video options, I found that Battlefield 2 doesn't support the 1680x1050 resolution. Everything looked weird on the screen. But maybe one of the resolution matches the aspect ratio.

1680 / 1050 = 1.6

The resolution the Battlefield 2 supports are:

800x600 = 800 / 600 = 1.33
1024x768 = 1024 / 768 = 1.33
1152x864 = 1152 / 864 = 1.33
1280x960 = 1280 / 960 = 1.33
1280x1024 = 1280 / 1024 = 1.25
1360x1024 = 1360 / 1024 = 1.328
1400x1050 = 1400 / 1050 = 1.333

Wow! Battlefield 2 provides a lot of resolutions to choose from. But all of them are virtually the same aspect ratio. That's kinda useless.

Well, I found out that you can add the "+szx 1680 +szy 1050" parameters to the Battlefield 2 short cut to get 1680x1050 resolution. I tried it and it seems to work fine. But it's going to take a bit more processing power to run at that resolution than at a lesser resolution.

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Chieh Cheng
Sun, 16 Mar 2008 05:21:38 +0000

This worked for Battlefield 2142 as well. And I was able to get the resolution up to 1920x1080.

Mel
Tue, 12 Feb 2013 07:19:52 +0300

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