Hey Clark, no apology needed the above is simply my opinion. I run the game with a custom autoexec I made for Crysis 2 which changes the field of view, I could send you that if need be. Perhaps more to your liking is this config tool which allows you to set up the game to how you want it to run: MyCrysis Forums - Crysis 3 CVar Configurator The other thing I'd suggest is try running process explorer and see what vram your using. This game eats it for breakfast and if your running with high AA and AF you might be using over 2GB of vram. Try backing it off and see how you go. I could actually run the game at High settings but with only 1GB of Vram I'd be running out of the stuff very quickly. As it is I run at medium settings using the FXAA setting for AA as well as only running only 2x AF and I'm using almost all of it. Tweakguides is also writing a set up guide for the game which will prove invaluable I'm sure, I'll post it as soon as he releases. The game does seem a little dark and I'm going to check on which Cvars need to changing to lighten things up a tad. I'll be able to add this to the autoexec file and will let you know once it's ready.. I'd also check the above forum I posted the config tool from. Others have been seeing the same issue and Crytek are aware of these issues and hopefully they'll be addressed soon. Edit: I just noticed your card and the 4GB of Vram it carries which kinda shoots down my theory above. Checkout the forum anyway perhaps it's a driver issue like you said and will hopefully be sorted soon. I'll also include the autoexec I use. Just pop it into your main Crysis 3 folder and that's it. Ok I've included a new autoexec with the gamma change. I've set it to 2 but that might be too bright so if you need to change it the open the exec with notepad and change it to something like 1.5 (1 is default) I've just tried it with my set up and 2 does seem a bit too bright. Anyway see how you go on. Oh and you might need to reboot after playing the game as the gamma change will effect your desktop too. Edit: I've found that 1.25 is just about right for my system at least but see how you go. Like I said above just use notepad to open the autoexec, change the value and save.