How to Full Screen on Valorant

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Whether you’re trying to avoid stream sniping or just want to seem more professional, playing Valorant in full screen can give you an edge. 

In this post, we’ll show you how to fully screen the game. Just follow these simple steps and you’ll be ready to go.

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How to Make Valorant Full Screen?

To activate a full screen on Valorant, you must adjust your monitor’s resolution first. 

To begin, open the “GameUserSettings.ini” file on your PC and make the necessary modifications there. Use a search keyword on your local hard drive to this file. 

Also confirm that Valorant is installed on that drive to locate this file. Once you perform a search, the results should appear within a few seconds. 

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Open the file by right-clicking on the search result. Open “GameUserSettings.ini”, and make the necessary changes. Then, save the file and start the game. 

This should enable full screen on Valorant. Additionally, make sure your PC is running the most recent update of the game.

Valorant is only available on Windows PCs for now. Although there have been rumors that the competitive shooter game would ultimately be released on consoles, nothing new has happened in this regard recently.

How Can You Force Valorant to Full Screen?

Sometimes, Valorant will display black bars or be on a windowed screen [1] as some players would prefer to change the desktop size while fiddling with the display settings and resolution settings. 

The cause of these black bars can be anything from difficulties with your computer’s local hard drive, damaged files, to issues with the aspect ratio of your graphics settings.

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To force full screen play, open Valorant first. Then, on your keyboard, press ALT+Enter while playing. After that, you’ll be able to play the game to its full extent while enjoying the greatest Phantom skins. 

To also prevent this issue from happening, make sure to update your graphics card drivers from the Device Manager or the official graphics driver’s websites. 

Additionally, if you have an NVIDIA GPU, open the NVIDIA control panel, choose Help, then Updates.

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Matthew Paxton
Matthew Paxton
Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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