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Doom 2016 PC Dynamic Resolution Scaling Mod: Yes, It Works - And Yes, It's Great

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A key advantage the console versions of Doom 2016 enjoy over the PC version is the implementation of dynamic resolution scaling - the ability to adapt resolution on the fly to tap out GPU resources at all times, delivering the highest pixel counts possible. But the code *does* exist in the PC version and you *can* enable it.


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