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Compared to changing FOV with the UE4 unlocker, this tool will not produce as much decrease at cutscenes and the FOV will not be reset after each level.

  1. Unpack the archive with software like 7zip - the password is pcgw
  2. Launch the game
  3. Launch the tool and press the keys as instructed

All trainers based on CE components may trigger some anti-virus software.

Tested the latest Microsoft Store / Game pass version at 2560x1080, 3840x1080 and 5760x1080. Minecraft Dungeons Launcher version tested at 2560x1080.

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What's New in Version 1.0   See changelog

Released

Reverting to version 1.0 as version 1.1 included no added functionality, only unsuccessfully attempting to cover the Minecraft Launcher version.

Added a separate archive for the Minecraft Dungeons Launcher version - tested as working.




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Thank you very much. It worked perfectly! I have a 3 monitors setup and fov was so bad that I was playing on 1920x1080. Now it`s on 5760x1080 with no issues.

Edit: tonight I noticed the app was missing. Downloaded and tried again but the AV says it has a trojan on it called Wacatac.D. Someone else had this issue?

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I have the Dungeons Launcher version instead of the Windows Store version, but it works if you rename the EXE (found in C:\Users\{UserName}\AppData\Local\Mojang\products\dungeons\dungeons\Dungeons\Binaries\Win64\) from Dungeons-Win64-Shipping.exe to Dungeons.exe. I expect I'll have to do that every time there's an update, but it's better than playing the game in 16:9. Thanks!

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7 hours ago, cyborghobbit said:

I have the Dungeons Launcher version instead of the Windows Store version, but it works if you rename the EXE (found in C:\Users\{UserName}\AppData\Local\Mojang\products\dungeons\dungeons\Dungeons\Binaries\Win64\) from Dungeons-Win64-Shipping.exe to Dungeons.exe. I expect I'll have to do that every time there's an update, but it's better than playing the game in 16:9. Thanks!

Updated the tool. Let me know how it works for that version.

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4 minutes ago, dcox1961@gmail.com said:

Just downloaded 1.1 and it isn't working with the Windows store version of the game.

It's working on my end right now. Make sure the game is launched first and that your anti-virus software is not blocking the tool.

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5 minutes ago, Rose said:

It's working on my end right now. Make sure the game is launched first and that your anti-virus software is not blocking the tool.

Game is launched first. AV is disabled  still not working

 

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Just now, dcox1961@gmail.com said:

Game is launched first. AV is disabled  still not working

 

What keys are you pressing? Does the Enable/disable text turn green when its button is pressed?

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Ok I didn't notice the enable/disable F10    Thanks it is working nicely  well done Rose!!!   Maybe make the enable/disable more noticeable for idiots like me.

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Good morning.  I just tried installing the windows store version and was told by winzip that it did not recognize the compression method used.  Is that expected?  Thanks!

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Just now, corrigan1313 said:

Good morning.  I just tried installing the windows store version and was told by winzip that it did not recognize the compression method used.  Is that expected?  Thanks!

The archive format is 7z, as recommended in the wiki guidelines. Try unpacking with 7zip or PeaZip.

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5 minutes ago, Rose said:

The archive format is 7z, as recommended in the wiki guidelines. Try unpacking with 7zip or PeaZip.

Thank you, that worked.  Looking forward to trying it out.

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seems to have working with the ms store version? it doesnt seem to launch for me anymore any fix for this?

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