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Kowi Ishto: Battle of Akonoli update for 17 April 2021

Fullscreen Update (update)

Share · View all patches · Build 6556412 · Last edited 17 April 2021 – 05:39:10 UTC by Wendy

Patchnotes via Steam Community

Hello, this is an update on the fullscreen update. ahem, with all jokes aside the native fullscreen function still has a bug and is still not working as it should. Until the native fullscreen function is in working order from the game engine, a fix has been created for players who still like to play in fullscreen.

To get this to work, there had to be some workarounds.

Borderless Window Mode is now enabled by default. Also Borderless Window mode cannot be disabled by the player (a game engine requirement). The borderless game window can still be moved around when not in fullscreen by clicking and dragging anywhere on the game window.

Enabling fullscreen should not cause any distortions as it didn't on my PC. But other monitors may have different results.

Basically, when fullscreen is enabled, the game window scales to the size of your display monitor with black bars on the sides if you have a widescreen monitor. When fullscreen is disabled, the game window goes back to it's native size.

To enable fullscreen mode, press ESC on the keyboard or access it from the in game Game Options or Pause Menu.

After the fullscreen bug has been confirmed to be fixed by the game engine, the native fullscreen funtion will be re enabled.

The fullscreen issue seems to be an issue with certain graphics cards. This issue is hit and miss and doesn't effect everyone. Still the native fullscreen function has been altogether removed.

If you encounter any bugs, glitches or issues playing the game after this update, please post in the Feedback, Bug & Glitch Reports

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