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  1. Update: Yay! I found a work around (please note I'm using i3 as WM, so it might not work on other WMs): 1. Launch the game. 2. Go to settings. 3. Set resolution to 1280x720 and untick Fullscreen. 4. Maximize the window. 5. It now scales the windows to my desktop resolution. Please note it still says 1280x720 altough it clearly runs at 21:9 resolution. Work after restart as well. This is also the case when running another unity game; Cities Skyline, so it might have to do with ultra-widescreen and unity.
  2. You already know that this is a new, largely unsupported resolution to date so I won't repeat... My opinion is that it's really meant for people in offices who want to run several spreadsheets and other kinds of business/document pages side by side without having to go the multimonitor route. What happens if you set your desktop to 2560x1080 and then run the game...? You could try that --but still, I think you are going to have serious aspect ratio problems...as obviously the game (any game, really) is not done @ 21:9 resolution, but @ 16:9, or 16:10 (1920x1200 is my resolution for the game.) I think you are going to have to settle for an aspect-ratio *correct* 1920x1080 resolution, which will mean you'll have sizable black borders to either side of the game screen. But I don't think that can be helped. Well, I do understand a lot of games don't support this, altough the engine support this, so it shouldn't be that big of a issue. And as jawls said, it says it supports this resolution... Sources: http://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Pillars_of_Eternity http://community.pcgamingwiki.com/page/blog/_/features/port-reports/pc-report-pillars-of-eternity-r180 (runs 2560x1600 so my resolution shouldn't be a problem, aspect ratio isn't the issue here as it crops the image, not scales it.). http://steamcommunity.com/app/317120/discussions/0/35221584572096801/ (public beta got it to work in windowed mode). So while you are correct in that a lot of games do not support ultra-widescreen - this game surely does, altough it seems to have some issues on linux. Please don't post stuff like that if you're not helping us out with suggestions.
  3. I can report I have the same issue. OS: Debian Jessie 64-bit GFX: Nvidia Geforce GTX 770 Driver: 346.47 CPU: Intel i5-4670K 3,40 GHz I tried editing the prefs file as well as setting it to read only, altough the game did change to 1980x1080p anyways...
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