Even though TF2 is an old game, it has gone through so many updates and patches that it is now quite difficult run it at 120+ frames per second on mid-tier PC. And that is absolutely required for playing fast paced shooter comfortably. This app generates a set of premade settings that helps your game to run faster and smoother.
To completely wipe your game and reset it back to vanilla settings, please follow those steps:
tf/cfgfolder. You can keep the HUD if you have one installed.
-novid -default -autoconfig +host_writeconfig +mat_savechanges +quit. Launch the game, it will close itself automatically shortly after.
Please make sure you have installed it on 100% default, clean TF2 with absolutely no configs and custom files. See the question above. If you are sure that you did everything right and that there is an error on this site - you are welcome to join our Discord where you can report a problem or ask for help.
Yes! You are more then welcome to suggest anything you'd like. If it is reasonable and is possible to implement, it is going directly to the to-do list. Hit us up on Discord!
We try to keep all the stuff up to date, but since there are no static links provided by config authors, all the files have to be updated manually so there may be a delay. Feel free to inform us if we need to update anything.
Of course you can. There is a "Custom binds/settings" tab at the end of the generator where you can put any custom commands you like. They will overwrite existing settings so be careful. Also, its good to have a general idea about Source games scripting when doing things like this.
First of all, make sure you are using the launch options provided. Secondly, remember - you will generally always have to sacrifice something to see a performance increase. Or spend a some of money on good PC and play without gfx config at all.
Inside your /tf/cfg folder there are going to be several files:
binds.cfg - keyboard mappings
settings.cfg - general TF2 settings like viewmodels, hitsounds, advanced options, etc.
gfx.cfg - the entire graphics config.
network.cfg - network settings.
[class name].cfg - class-specific settings that are automatically applied when you change your class.
Also, if you want to configure your crosshairs and you have a crosshair switcher installed, check out
For TF2 commands and variables reference you can use this page
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