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Question for PC players

I have recently started playing DBD on PC. I have been playing it a long while on PS4 pro. I cant help but be annoyed at how dark everything looks on PC compared to on PS4 on my TV. (I turn the backlight to 100 and increase brightness a bit). Does anyone have any advice/instructions on how I can make the game a bit brighter/easier to see?


  • TheBus4KTheBus4K Member Posts: 256

    If you have NVIDIA, you can fiddle with the options to make the game brighter.

    Also putting the graphics on low makes the light shine brighter (I don't get the point of this, but it works).

  • megaweeniemanmegaweenieman Member Posts: 323

    I have tried fiddling with NVIDIA but it seems that the settings dont save once I load the game

  • YOURFRIENDYOURFRIEND Member Posts: 1,396

    Right click on your desktop, select the nvidia option. From there increase the gamma and brightness to your needs, increase saturation slightly. Do not hit accept, just leave it like that and launch dbd. When you're done playing go back to that screen and hit cancel to preserve your previous settings.

    I prefer my monitor colors saturated and dark, I find that I can see very little without fiddling with the settings.

  • Babyyy_BoyyBabyyy_Boyy Member Posts: 444

    I just have my dbd settings on low and I see everything perfectly fine.

  • ReapersWrath85ReapersWrath85 Member Posts: 18

    Mentioned what I was gonna say.Could be your monitor, some can adjust for alot of things or got AMD then could adjust from there and start it up..have mine on ultra setting, realize that I dont see survivors as well but I like it dark.

  • BeHasUBeHasU Member Posts: 820

    Use low settings, everything is brighter, less shadows, less grass.

  • Angelicus23Angelicus23 Member Posts: 2,508

    use low settings, and install a resahde. If you have a nvidia graphic card, you cna use Gefore Experience (shadowplay) to ass brightness and colors filters

  • OldHunterLightOldHunterLight Member Posts: 2,974

    Use low settings and use a nvidia filter, those are your friends on pc

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