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King Arthur – The Role-playing Wargame Not Good with 3D Vision

December 9th, 2009 · No Comments · Stereo 3D Games


By default King Arthur – The Role-playing Wargame uses an executable file called Launcher.exe which is pretty common, but when you have profile detection based on the executable name things might become messy. Such is the case with this game as it is being detected as Team Apache game by the 3D Vision drivers and of course the Stereoscopic 3D mode is kind of lacking and there are some weird artefacts in the game. The solution is to just rename the executable file so that there will be no 3D Vision profile loaded automatically, which kind of helps in order to get the game normally running, but does not rid you if all the issues…


Without the wrong profile loaded you can control the depth level and have some stereoscopic 3D effect, but as you can see on the screenshot it is still not good enough, which kind of ruins the gameplay (take a look at the water and the black areas around the land). Lowering the detail levels does not help in any way, so the best suggestion is to not even try to play the game in stereoscopic 3D mode and stick to the normal 3D if you want to play it. It is not a bad game after all and probably a lot of fans of this genre will like it, but with good stereoscopic 3D support it would’ve been even better.

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