EA (Electronic Arts) has released on 24 April, one of the most awaited video game of the year by the football fans, UEFA EURO 2012.
The game doesn’t look bad but still is far for providing a full realism perspective, the supporters from the stadium are still looking artificial for example.
How to change the resolution for UEFA EURO 2012 and tweak the graphics?
From the main menu of the game, there is just one option for graphics, to setup the color and brightness of the screen.
The other settings, the resolution, Anti Aliasing settings etc, can be changed from another executable. Go to the folder where UEFA EURO 2012 is installed, go to “game”, “fifasetup”, check the only executable there named “fifaconfig.exe”.
The best resolution for your computer should be the last from the list there. Other tweaks, Rendering options, “MSSAOptions” stands for Anti Aliasing. There are three more settings that you can ignore.
Obviously, turn off the Anti Aliasing and Rendering options to “low” if you have an old PC, turn them “on” or to maximum if you have a decent PC. The game doesn’t require too many resources.
There is a .ini file on that folder, “fifasetup_default.ini”. There is nothing to tweak there as there are just a few options for resolution, aspect ratio, and the other options that can be changed from the main configuration executable.