SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated – How to Set Custom Resolutions (4K) and Fix Smooth

A guide on how to set custom resolutions (4K and etc.) and fix smooth (enable or disable) in SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated.

4K Resolution

Firstly, you need to set DPI settings to override by the application. Even after that, the game will always lock to the resolution of your windows. Change your windows res to 4K and your game will lock to 4K as well.

Alternate method:

You can also set custom screen percentage in the engine.ini file by using this command:

  • [SystemSettings]
  • r.ScreenPercentage=120

120 means it will increase res to 120% of your current res. Set that to 200 if you are at 1080p and you will get 4K in game.

How to Set Custom Resolutions?

Before you launch the game go to the properties option on the games page. Then go to set launch options and type something like this excluding the parenthsis (`-ResX=1280 -ResY=720 -WINDOWED`). You can set the resolution to whatever you want and if you dont want windowed mode just exclude.

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How to Fix Smooth?

Vsync is enabled in this game by default. Disabling it will make the stuttering less frequent. However, it seems like a patch will be needed to completely solve this issue.

Another thing is the type of driver that you have it installed on. If you have the game loaded on a Solid State Drive, it should run much faster in general and stutter a lot less. Load times should be reduced as well. Hard Disk Drives run much slower and are simply meant for storage, not games. So if you have the game loaded on an HDD, I’d highly suggest loading it onto an SSD, and if you don’t have one, you can get a 256GB Samsung EVO SSD for around 50 or 60 dollars. I have a Samusung EVO SSD with 512 GB, and that costed me around 100. Loads everything incredibly quickly though.

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