Shadow Warrior 2 – New PC details revealed, will feature FOV Slider & will support SLI/Crossfire

Flying Wild Hog’s ‘KriS’ has revealed some new information about the PC version of Shadow Warrior 2. Shadow Warrior 2 will be launched as a DX11-only title, will support SLI/Crossfire configurations, and will come with a FOV slider.

Moreover, KriS confirmed that PC gamers will be able to disable and edit Chromatic Aberration, Lens Dirt, Motion Blur, DOF and Lens Flares.

Shadow Warrior 2 will support 21:9 monitors, will offer crossplay with GOG players, will not support any additional DRM (other than the Steam DRM for the Steam version), will feature uncapped framerate and a resolution scale slider, and will support both Temporal AA and SSAA.

Shadow Warrior 2 releases on October 13th, and here is the full list of its – confirmed – PC features (kudos to Steam’s ‘TheDisableBore‘ for gathering them):

  • No Denuvo or any form of DRM
  • Uncapped FPS, Variable refresh rates available
  • 21:9 Ultrawide support
  • Controller support
  • Uses DX11
  • Temporal AA support
  • SSAA support
  • Sli support
  • Customizable crosshair
  • Resolution scale slider
  • Full key mapping
  • FOV slider
  • Playing at 1080p ( at ultra settings ) FPS rates are = In a 660 – 40 fps / On a 970 – 60 fps
  • Texture quality = 2 gb – High textures / 4 gb – Ultra textures
  • You can turn off almost the entire HUD and Ui if you want, eg. Damage numbers and the enemy health bars.
  • You can disable and edit chromatic aberration / lens dirt / motion blur / DOF / lens flare
  • Steam Cloud support
  • Linux and Mac versions are upcoming. No support at launch.


  • No regional censorship (eg Germany or Australia )
  • Crossplay with GOG players
  • Coop is 100% optional and campaing never forces you to buddy up.

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