Troubleshooting Super/Ultrawide/Monitor FOV & FOV/Zoom Graphic Issues

🢂 If you're experiencing field of view (FOV) problems on a monitor or ultrawide monitor while playing Palia, such as the game being too zoomed in or your screen getting cut off, this troubleshooting guide offers a solution to maintain your FOV settings and address these common issues.


⚠️Caution: this method is a workaround and could potentially have unintended consequences for your game. If you encounter any issues beyond this, it might be necessary to reinstall Palia.


Palia Windows Client Folder

  1. Navigate to Palia Configuration Folder:

  • Open File Explorer and go to C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Local\Palia\Saved\Config\WindowsClient (replace "yourusername" with your actual Windows username).



  1. Open "Engine.ini" File:

  • In this folder, locate the file named "Engine.ini" and open it using a text editor of your choice.


FOV Script

  1. Insert FOV Lines:

  • Scroll to the bottom of the "Engine.ini" file.

  • Insert the following lines exactly as shown below:


AspectRatioAxisConstraint = AspectRatio_MaintainYF


  1. Save Changes:

  • Save the changes you made to the "Engine.ini" file.


  1. Set "Read-only" Attribute:

  • Right-click on the "engine.ini" file and select "Properties."

  • In the Properties window, check the "Read-only" box.

  • Click "Apply" to apply the "Read-only" attribute to the file.

  1. Restart your PC: Restarting your PC after completing a troubleshooting step is a critical final action to ensure that the applied solutions take effect and to confirm that any changes made during the process are properly integrated into your system. This essential step allows your computer to refresh and reconfigure its settings.


  1. Run Palia in Administrator Mode:

  • Launch Palia in Administrator mode. Right-click on the Palia shortcut or executable and select "Run as administrator."

📝 Note: Due to the way that our patcher works, it's important to note that the "Engine.ini" file might get overwritten during future updates or patches. In such cases, you might need to repeat this process to maintain your custom FOV settings.


Ultrawide result Before and After

📌 By following these steps, you should be able to maintain your FOV settings on your ultrawide monitor, including super ultrawide and ultrawide monitors like Samsung G9 monitors. This workaround ensures that the game displays correctly and prevents issues like the game being too zoomed in or screens getting cut off. Enjoy an immersive and uninterrupted gaming experience in Palia.

⚠️ Please be aware: We do plan to support ultrawide monitors properly in the future, but this may take some time. In the meantime, these steps should help you enjoy your gaming experience on your ultrawide setup.


Zoom Issue Before


Zoom Issue Before

Resolving Zoom Issue in Palia

If you're encountering a zoom issue in Palia, where your camera is stuck too close to your character, there's a quick workaround to help fix it. Follow these steps:

  1. Open Settings: While in the game, open your settings menu. You can typically access this by pressing the "Escape" key or using a designated settings button in the user interface.

  2. Adjust Field of View (FOV): Inside the settings menu, go to Graphics Settings tab then Advance Tab there is a option to adjust your Field of View (FOV). Set it to a value of 90.

  3. Zone Transition: After setting your FOV to 90, immediately transition to another zone within the game. You can do this by using zone portals of Kilima, Bahari Bay or your House, or return to house in-game function to change your location.

  4. Check Zoom: After transitioning to the new zone, check if your zoom issue is resolved. Your camera should now be at a comfortable distance from your character.

⚠️ This workaround adjusts your Field of View temporarily and then, by changing zones, should reset your camera position to a more natural view. If the issue persists, consider reaching out to Palia support for further assistance. Remember, this is a workaround and not a permanent fix, so the issue may reoccur in some situations.

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