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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 - How to Bring Back High and Ultra Settings on PC

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is efficiently one of the better interesting PC port in this generation, and has a feature packed  entry in far going primary-runner shooter series. Most technical options like down-sampling, it has an ability to tend the games on 4K display, and faster  then project that at 1080p to a great improvement of image quality and lighting there's a greater ways to reload your experience.

Although more over, a few days or so after release, the developer arch has eliminated the ability for players with video cards that have VRAM or 2GB RAM options in the settings. It's is an opposite move which like taking in order that latest cards like Nvidia's GTX 960 is a card can able to manage the high settings that has greater than 2GB video memory.

And in order you can make a try on other powerful new cards like AMD R9 FURY or the other Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti are the cards that has high advanced options to get a better experience.

Follow the below site and below steps to implement how to bring back high ultra settings on PC:

1: Open your configuration file of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3It's usually config.ini in your                    Steam folder, Steam\steamapps\common\Call of Duty Black Ops III\players

2: Open that config.ini with any text editor.

3: Look for "RestrictGraphicsOptions = "1" ". Change 1 to 0. It should look like Restrict                         Graphics Options= "0".

4: Save the file and close it.

When you start up the game you should be able to select the high ultra options with a video card with 2GB VRAM or lower. What do you do to optimize your Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 experience in PC? Let us discuss it in comments.

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