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    How to fix the Crash Bandicoot 4 Ultrawide Issues on PC

    Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is the latest entry in the long-running platforming series. This title is developed by Toys for Bob that previously worked on the Spyro and Crash remaster trilogies. Suffice to say, they know what they’re doing, and it shows in Crash 4 as well. The title was met with critical and user acclaim and has now made its way to PC as well. The port runs exceptionally well, but it isn’t perfect. Players running into Crash Bandicoot 4 Ultrawide Issues can follow this guide to get the best possible experience.

    The game is available on PC only through Battle.net, and requires users to be online at all times. This isn’t uncommon for all the titles on Battle.net, and it’s a shame that even a single-player game has that requirement.

    Fixing the Crash Bandicoot 4 Ultrawide Issues

    Now, even though Crash 4 has ultrawide resolution support, it isn’t perfect. There are black bars that users have to see during gameplay. This can really ruin the immersion for most players that have invested in an ultrawide setup. To fix this, follow the steps below.

    Download and install HxD

    • First, you need to download and install the HexEditor

    Launch and use HxD

    • Launch HxD, which you previously installed
    • After that, simply drag Lava-Win64-Shipping.exe into HxD. This can be found in the following location
    Crash Bandicoot 4 Its About Time\Lava\Binaries\Win64
    • Some hex numbers should appear, as shown below
    The various Hex Values allow you to change settings in a game outside of the in-game settings
    Hex Values of Crash 4
    • Press CTRL+R, and then select Hex-Values
    • After this click on Search Direction “All”
    • In the search Window, you want to enter 3B 8E E3 3F
    • Replace that with one of the following values based on your resolution
      • CD CC CC 3F for 1440×900
      • 00 00 A0 3F for 1280×1024
      • 26 B4 17 40 for 2560×1080
      • 8E E3 18 40 for 3440×1440
      • 39 8E 63 40 for 3840×1080
      • 9A 99 19 40 for 3840×1600
      • 00 00 A0 3F for 4120×1024
      • 39 8E 63 40 for 5160×1440
      • AE 47 A1 40 for 5292×1050
      • AB AA AA 40 for 7680×1440
    • Select Replace All
    Replacing Hex values from the list can potentially fix the Crash Bandicoot 4 Ultrawide Issues
    Replacing Hex Values in HxD
    • Now, click OK to confirm, and press Ctrl + S to save

    Keep in mind, that pre-rendered (not in-game) cutscenes will be stretched. Thank you Reddit user jcbfrmnm for providing the solution. Here is a video demonstration of Crash running at an ultrawide resolution. Recent games like Yakuza 6 have some strange stuttering problems, and we have written a guide for you to fix that.

    We hope this guide was helpful. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comments below.

    Ali Hashmi
    Gaming enthusiast, massive soulsborne fan, and a passionate writer. Always on the lookout for interesting games with unique mechanics and design. He loves to write informative guides for newer and ongoing releases.

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