Interface Scaling Add-On by FemShep
This mod scales up platform-agnostic HUD elements, such as the progress bars, timers, and counters. This mod will make the some parts of the game much easier to use on high resolution displays (such as 4K) and on displays at a distance (like a TV). It scales up interfaces to the size they were on consoles, which is natively set to 720p. A few adjustments are made to make them more PC friendly.
This mod is singleplayer only
Compatibility with other UI scaling mods
This mod is designed to be used with either the Singleplayer Native Controller Support mod or the Interface Scaling Mod. It does nothing for multiplayer.
See the difference! These are images of the game at 3200x1800.
Stock ME3 (Click here for full size):
This mod (+Interface Scaling Mod) (Click here for full size)
This mod is not included in any version of Mod Manager. It requires Mod Manager 4.1 or above to install and 4.2.1 or higher to receive updates.Download from ME3Tweaks
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- 1.091: First public release
Drag and drop this mod’s download onto Mod Manager to import it into Mod Manager. Install the same way as any other Mod Manager mod. Uninstall this mod by removing the DLC_CON_UIScaling_Shared Custom DLC using the Custom DLC Manager.
Use of this mod with ALOT Texture Pack
The ALOT texture mod pack is a common addition to this mod. ALOT should be installed after all other mods are installed as it will update installed mods with new textures. Installing updates to mods (both mod manager and non-mod manager) will require you to reinstall A LOT. You may consider ignoring updates unless you find a game-breaking one in a mod as A LOT takes a really long time to install.
This mod is connected to the ME3Tweaks mod updater service. Mod Manager will notify you of updates to this mod and prompt you to download and update the mod as new updates are released. Install the mod afterwards to use the new update.
You can get support for this mod in this mod's forum thread.
This mod has only been tested on 16:9 and limited 16:10. On anything besides 16:9 progress bars will not scale up. On 16:10 some elements may not fully be on the screen, but were left scaled because they were mostly usable. It may not look proper on other aspect ratios.