With the release of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, the vast majority of players have been preoccupied with beating the plethora of bosses in the latest Soulsborne game. However, while some players on PC may have a rig powerful enough to increase their FPS in these battles, the capped framerate in Sekiro prevents it from rising above 60 FPS. Thankfully, there’s already a Sekiro Uncap FPS mod to resolve this issue, removing the locked framerate from the game. Read on to find out how to unlock framerate on PC in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Sekiro Uncap FPS | How to unlock framerate on PC
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice shares the same engine as previous Soulsborne games, potentially explaining why the framerate is capped at 60 FPS. If you want to push your framerate higher, you can head over to Nexus Mods and download the “Sekiro FPS Unlock and More” utility mod. This allows you to either push the cap to 100 FPS, or unlock it completely.
This mod also enables custom resolutions with 21:9 support, the ability to increase field-of-view, and also allows for the game to be run in borderless window mode (which is great for streamers). Of course, you should be wary that modding files can lead to corrupted save files, in addition to a greater risk of bugs and glitches in the game. We’d recommend only installing mods if you are ready to accept the consequences when things potentially go wrong.
Backing up your save files, as well as the game’s installation folder, can help to offer a safety net against problematic mods. If things go awry, simply replace the modded game folder with the original clean version.
If you suffer from screen flickering, this might actually be an issue with the game’s resolution on PC, which you can fix by changing the text files to account for a missing file.