The Ascent - Ultrawide Monitors FOV Fix

For anyone gaming on any sort of Utlrawide and suffering from the game being too zoomed in. I finally have The Ascent – Ultrawide Monitors FOV Fix for you that does not involve downloading unsigned executables, making AV exceptions or turning off your Windows Defender.

All you need is the official Universal Unreal Engine 4 Unlocker and one command in the console to achieve greater FOV and make the game playable again.

NOTE: Getting mixed reports on Gamepass version working. If you don’t mind leaving a comment if you can get this working on the Gamepass version.

What you need?

  • Verified working on STEAM version. NOTE: Getting mixed reports on Gamepass version working. If you don’t mind leaving a comment if you can get this working on the Gamepass version.
  • You need to go and download Universal Unreal Engine 4 Unlocker from here[framedsc.github.io].

Injecting UUU into TheAscent’s process

  • Load up the game like you usually do and start your story.
  • Alt-Tab out of the game
  • Launch the UUU by running UuuClient.exe
The Ascent - Ultrawide Monitors FOV Fix

  • Next to the In Process to inject to: field. Hit the Select button
  • You should see the game in that list of processes:
The Ascent - Ultrawide Monitors FOV Fix

  • Select TheAscent-Win64-Shipping.exe and click Inject DLL
The Ascent - Ultrawide Monitors FOV Fix

  • You should see the UUU Window change with more options and the icon of the game should appear to the left of the panel showing that it is indeed injected:
The Ascent - Ultrawide Monitors FOV Fix

  • Now you simply go back to the game, and press the ~ key on your keyboard to open the console.
  • Type fov 80 or whatever number you desire and hit ENTER.
  • Enjoy the game 🙂

This is it guys!! I am sure that you will love The Ascent – Ultrawide Monitors FOV Fix guide that we have shared with you. We are always open to discussion and suggestions from you. Just let us what you thought about the guide in the comment section.

Also, we would like to thank Shaz. He is the one behind this wonderful guide.