How to Change the Capped FPS in Propnight

How to Change the Capped FPS in Propnight

This is a quick guide on how to manually edit the FPS limit in Propnight. The game is capped at a default frames rate, but a simple tweak in the files folder should do the trick.

Step 1: Go to your PC’s AppData folder

Open your File Explorer. Click on the address bar, type %localappdata%, and press Enter. Now you’re in the AppData folder.

Step 2: Open Propnight’s GameUserSettings Folder

Open the following folders inside AppData until you find the file:

Propnight > Saved > Config > WindowsNoEditor > GameUserSettings

Step 3: Open the GameUserSettings file

You will find a file named GameUserSettings. Open it with NotePad or WordPad so you can edit the contents.

Step 4: Change the Frame Rate Limit value

Use the Ctrl+F command and type “FrameRateLimit” to find the command line you need to edit. Then it’s just a matter of changing the FPS value to whatever cap you want. If your PC can handle 60FPS without stuttering, then go for it!

Do not forget to save your changes before closing the file.

Step 5: Run Propnight

There you go! You successfully uncapped Propnight’s frame rate. Now you can enjoy the game.

Propnight is a 4v1 survival horror game with physics-based elements. Play as one of four victims that can transform into props to survive the round. Or you can play as the killer and hunt the four other players.

Propnight is a 4v1 physics-based multiplayer game developed by FNTASTIC and published by MYTONA on December 1, 2021. It puts a twist on the classic survival horror genre by allowing players to transform into different props to hide from the killer.

The game is available on Steam.

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