Shot by Natty Dread


Feature Supported
Vanilla Photo Mode No
Ansel No
Hotsampling Yes
Custom Aspect Ratios Yes
Reshade Yes
Graphics API DirectX 11

This guide is for an Unreal Engine 4 game that can use the Universal Unreal Unlocker.


Useful Console Commands

Gameplay \ Screenshots

  • ToggleDebugCamera
    Enables the UE4 free camera
  • TeleportToDebugCamera
    Teleports your character to the current camera location
  • FreezeFrame
    Freezes the game
  • FreezeFrame 1000
    Unfreezes the game (resumes normal game speed)
  • slomo 0.5 \ slomo 1.0
    Slow motion \ Normal game speed


  • r.SceneColorFringeQuality 0
    Disables chromatic aberration
  • r.AmbientOcclusionRadiusScale 0.02
    Better AO
  • r.EyeAdaptationQuality 0
    r.DefaultFeature.AutoExposure 0
    Disables auto exposure
  • r.ScreenPercentage
    Dynamic resolution scaling
  • r.MipMapLODBias
    Global texture mipmap override
  • r.BloomQuality 0
    Disable bloom
  • r.DefaultFeature.LensFlare 0
    Disable lensflare
  • r.DepthOfFieldQuality 0
    Disable ingame DoF
  • r.Fog 0
    Disable fog

Tips and Tricks

Quickly enter console commands

There is seemingly no way to bind commands to keys using the console. If you want to freeze the game, you need to open the console and type out "FreezeFrame" or scroll up to a previously entered command and press enter.

You can use any macro software in order to create macros to open the console, type the commands, and close the console all in a split second. You can chain several commands in a single macro if you're constantly entering the same commands every time you launch the game.

Otherwise, keep the commands handy in a notepad file for quickly copy\paste. Especially for the rendering commands you want.

Retrieve game default values

If you put a command into the console without a value (r.AmbientOcclusionRadiusScale) you can see the default value the game uses. Useful for when you want to reset your tweaks without restarting the game.