Fortnite Season 11: How to Change Screen Size?


Fortnite has been a trendsetter among the already well-renowned battle-royale games.

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Fortnite has been a trendsetter among the already well-renowned battle-royale games. Developed by Epic Games, the game has over 250 million players all over the world. Epic Games adopted a brilliant strategy for the latest season’s inauguration as they shut down the game servers for several hours. Fans across the globe lost their minds over what was happening, and the game, even in a non-functioning state, managed to stay on everyone’s psyche.

The wait for the season reveals proved to be worth as the latest season has brought in a whole lot of exciting functions and features for the players. However, if you are facing any issue regarding the screen size for Fortnite, then do not falter as we will guide you through it. Read through the article and find out how to fix the issue.

  • Screen Size trouble in PC

In case you are playing Fortnite on your PC, then the issue might have been caused by Epic Games’ minor game reset. This may have reverted or modified your settings a bit. Window mode is one such setting that looks to have been enabled for some players. The issue is a minor one and can be fixed instantly. Here is how you can get your designated screen size quickly:

  1. Go to the Fortnite menu.
  2. Launch the “Settings”
  3. Go to the “Video”
  4. Look for “Window Mode.”
  5. Switch your screen from Windowed to Fullscreen via the right arrow.
  • Screen Size trouble in PS4

 If you own a PS$, then you may notice that the edge of the game looks to be chopped off. You can resolve the zooming issue with following steps:

  1. Launch Fortnite and reach the menu.
  2. Open the “Settings”
  3. Go to the “Game”
  4. Switch the Uncap Framerate back to “On.”
  5. Switch Invert View tab to “On” as well.
  • Screen Size trouble in Xbox One

The issue continues with Xbox One players as well; however, they might see this outside the game. Here are quick steps to resolve the problem in an Xbox One:

  1. Tap the shining Home Key on the Xbox controller.
  2. Go to the “System”
  3. Now press on “Settings.”
  4. Locate “Display and Sound.”
  5. Choose “Video Output.”
  6. Now press on “Calibrate TV.”
  7. Keep tapping “Next” until the calibration process is finalized.

The players may need to continue the process a few times, but it will eventually fix the issue.

Bella Williams, an employee currently living in USA and working at a top printer service provider company in the day, and a technical writer at night. I am passionate about writing troubleshooting tips, beginner’s guides, news and other articles on varied topics like Panasonic Printer Support, lexmark printer support etc.