The original release of the game had a mod that would replace the heads up display textures with blank ones, but for Remastered I decided to do the same I did for Rivals and make a toggle using 3DMigoto.
Credits to the 3DMigoto team.[github.com]
Download and Installation
Unpack the files inside the ZIP file to your game’s directory which can be easily found by right-clicking the game in your library and clicking in “Manage -> Browse Local Files”.
If you wish to uninstall the mod, simply run the “Uninstall 3DMigoto” BAT file.
After installing the mod just boot the game and press “Scroll Lock” to toggle the HUD on or off, you can also press the right stick on the Xbox controller to achieve the same result.
Changing the toggle key
If you’d like to change the toggle key from “Scroll Lock” to any other key in your keyboard, open the “d3gx.ini” file located in the game’s root directory with Notepad++ or any other text editing software of your choice.
Now go to line №19, there you’ll find the text “VK_SCROLL”.
Next step is to go to Microsoft’s list of virtual keys and find the one you wish to use:
For this example, I’ll use the “Tab” key.
Go back to the text editor and replace “VK_SCROLL” with whichever key you chose from the website.
Now just boot the game.
The same applies to the gamepad key, both Xbox inputs and universal controllers are compatible.
- XB_A, XB_B, XB_X, XB_Y
Also works in the garage and with cutscenes.
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