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XIII_Windows_10_Edition_Setup_04_09_2019.zip
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A custom installer for XIII to install the base game as well as XIII+, a comprehensive set of new features with native multiplayer support and further enhancements, ready out-of-the-box for playing. (physical or GOG version of XIII required)

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XIII All-In-One Installer (HD / Multiplayer ready)
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955271
955271

There is no option in the installer not to install widescreen patches, I prefer 4:3 because [url=http://www.wsgf.org/dr/xiii]FMVs are stretched in widescreen[/url]. Can you update the installer or at least tell how to restore the original aspect ratio?

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Edit the XIII.ini and look for "Fullscreen" to change resolution. About the FOV, open DefUser.ini and adapt both "FOV" lines (default value for 4:3 aspect ratio: 85). Create a new profile to apply the new FOV settings.

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955271
955271

Thank you very much for the fast response.

I ask you to update the mod description to inform users of stretching which occurs in widescreen.

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955271
955271

Do you know where mouse sensitivity value is stored? I only see "MenuMouseSens=1.500000" in XIII.ini. Sensitivity is extremely high in the game, as an avid FPS player I had to drop my mouse DPI to 200 which apparently isn't supported well by optical mice.

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

In DefUser.ini:
MouseX=Axis aMouseX Speed=6.0
MouseY=Axis aMouseY Speed=6.0

MouseSensitivity=3.000000

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some1stoleit
some1stoleit

When I install the patch I can't save the game anymore. A clean gog install allows me to make a save, but after the patch is installed the save game button is greyed out and clicking it does nothing. Anything I can do on my end to fix it? As Widescreen is great and all, but if I can't save the game it's unplayable for me.

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

It's fixed for the next update. For now, use the workaround as described there: Gog.com

By the way, if you happened to have lost essential progress already, you can always skip any mission: Gog.com

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berzerk2k2
berzerk2k2

Thanks for the new patch. It works very well on my side. :)

I have one little suggestion for maybe another small update: during the installation it would be nice if you could manually pick the resolution you want to use in the game.

For example I'm playing in 2560 x 1440 but I can't pick that one. The only way for me is to edit the ini file after the installation is complete.

Not a big deal but I thought it would still be nice if you could skip that part by picking the resolution you want during the install/update progress.

Thanks for keeping XIII alive in 2019.

Kind regards
Berzerk2k2

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Guest
Guest

I could solve the problem myself.
Unfortunately, the comment can not be deleted.

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Hi guest,
the multiplayer profile settings don't apply to bot-only matches.

You can, however, change your skin mid-game via the SetSkin console command (and also the bot's skins with the respective commands).

Press F2 to use it and to display a list of available console commands.

Best Regards
Arthur

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dibdob
dibdob

Thanks BinaryKnight ,very useful.

Thanks to Arthur+Opaquit too.

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MerolaC
MerolaC

Thank you so much for the new update!

I am having problems with mouse sensitivity, though.
Lowering it in the ini file does nothing.
Also, it seems that The vertical sensitivity is higher that the horizontal one.

Any suggestion?

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Open "DefUser.ini" from the game's System folder and set "bMaxMouseSmoothing" to "False". This should eliminate most of unwanted mouse stirring.

To effectively apply the change, create a new profile.

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Guest
Guest

Thank you for this amazing work!!

you saved me a lot of headache I was so frustrated i couldn't play that game anymore and you saved the day!

THX

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preczzkapitalizmem
preczzkapitalizmem

Hi, with patch applied I was able to run game in 2560x1080, which is awesome, but it seems that game forces 75Hz refresh rate, which is unsupported by my monitor and leads seemingly to some flicker/stutter.

Can this be restrained to 60Hz in some ini? Thanks.

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Open XIII\System\XIII.ini in an editor and search for
UseVSync=False
and turn it to True.

If the issue still occurs, try to force VSync in your actual graphics settings.

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Guest
Guest

Thanks for answer. In the meantime I reainstalled OS (unrelated) and installed newest nVidia drivers, now then problem seemingly vanished (my monitor no longer reports unsupported refresh rate when I start XIII).

But another, minor question emerged, this is just for pure curiosity: somehow, an FPS counter was being shown in corner before reinstall, but now it's gone. Is this a feature of game, which can be enabled somewhere (previously I did not turn it on myself, at least not intentionally - it somehow mysteriously appeared)?

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

The patch introduces three new shortcuts:
F3 - Show network settings (in multiplayer sesssions)
F4 - Show FPS
F11 - Toggle fullscreen/window

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Guest
Guest

Wow this is awesome dude,I used to play this game since I was very small and when I bought the cd version it didn't work,after soo many years I tried to get it a go and thanks to you,I could revive my nostalgia again,is there any sequel to this game

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Hey buddy, great to see you livin' up your nostalgia again! :) Enjoy!

No sequel, but an upcoming remake of the original by an other company and most likely a true continuation afterwards if the remake turns out to be selling well.

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gamer123@
gamer123@

WELL this is greatly appreciated but when I installed it, it says put disc 1 and when I put it I get the same error,your help will be appreciated

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Please make an image of your XIII discs and upload the files with a private link for me and I'll take a look.

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gamer123@
gamer123@

actually nevermind, I downloaded the game online from freegogpcgame and installed it on my com[uter, it's working fine, but do you think I can play multiplayer on it or should I download something else like a master server for online play,your answer is appreciated

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Use the installer with the "upgrade" option to patch up your XIII installation and it will have built-in multiplayer support.

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gamer123@
gamer123@

thanks bro it worked, you seriously know your stuff well, do you still play this game?

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

There's a community in the InsideXIII.com Discord where people meet up for multiplayer sessions and talk about the upcoming remake.

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Guest
Guest

Hey thanks a lot for this much-needed patch but there is something I don't understand, sometimes when I launch the game fps is capped at 50 and some other times it is capped at 120.
How can I make it so it stays capped at 120 making my mouse movement smoother.

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Have you tried this?
Pcgamingwiki.com

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Guest
Guest

I just tried again just in case and it made no difference

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Guest
Guest

Wow that's actually really weird, when I have Chrome running I go up to 120 and when I close it goes down to 50. What's the logic behind that?!

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DeimianOne
DeimianOne

For some reason the map editor doesn't work. It doesn't open, and setting compatibility mode for Windows XP doesn't fix the problem.

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Guest
Guest

Where can i find a list of console commands? I either want to try and add bots to LAN or change my skin in Bot Challenge, Thanks so much for this mod!

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Open a multiplayer session, then press F2 for the console and the command list.

In case the list doesn't show up immediately, open and close the ESC menu and press F2 again. The list should be now visible.

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Guest
Guest

Hello I've been trying the patch and it's working great for me. Thanks for it!
The only issue is that it sets the resolution to 1080p and I'm using a 4K monitor, I was able to change that in XII.ini but the UI doesn't scale up and I can't seem to find where I can change it. How can I do that?

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

You can use dgVoodoo2 to stretch out a small in-game resolution (e.g. 1280x960) to your native screen resolution.

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Burtek
Burtek

Does this work with the recently released Steam version?

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Burtek
Burtek

Can't hurt to try.

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

Yes, it does.
When the installer asks for the path, verify it's pointed to the correct location, which normally should be "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\XIII - Classic".

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Guest
Guest

Says its missing DLLS, can anyone help?

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

It shouldn't miss any unless the OS lacks some common redistributables or something.
What is it anyway?

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Boardalius_Mansfurd
Boardalius_Mansfurd

It tells me "Please insert Disk 1" or something of the likes.

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Boardalius_Mansfurd
Boardalius_Mansfurd

NVM, I installed incorrectly!

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gavinuk86
gavinuk86

Anyone know why my game would be capped at 100fps? If you switch from fullscreen to windowed and back again you can see it hit 130fps then pop right back to 100fps. I've gone through the ini files and there's nothing about any framerate options.

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Gusel96
Gusel96

su steam non funziona ;(

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BinaryKnight Author
BinaryKnight

To apply the patch, you have to install it in the game's directory. For Steam, the default directory is something like "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\XIII - Classic\".

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