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Best games to play on a 21 by 9 monitor

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Finally got my 21 by 9 monitor it has some hiccups but man going from a 1080p 144hz tn 24 inch to a 34 inch 1440p 144hz ultrawide is just amazing. What games would you suggest I play on this new monitor?

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Hiccups?  It's a monitor, what kind of issues can it have?

 

To answer you tho... all of them.

 

Most games stretch, so you don't get much advantage for fps or shooters.  RPG's will scale nicely tho and give you more screen use.

 

Any game you can play with the UI is nice, moving it to the edges to get a little more clear space in the middle is great.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

Hiccups?  It's a monitor, what kind of issues can it have?

 

To answer you tho... all of them.

 

Most games stretch, so you don't get much advantage for fps or shooters.  RPG's will scale nicely tho and give you more screen use.

 

Any game you can play with the UI is nice, moving it to the edges to get a little more clear space in the middle is great.

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