What is the range in Rust?
When we talk about gamma, we are referring specifically to the intensity of colors and how it affects it brightness and contrast of a scene. In video games, there are constant variations in brightness between night and day scenes. But sometimes the changes are excessive, making it impossible even to see clearly at night.
Fortunately, there are several ways to change it, for example, most modern monitors have a so-called "Black equalization". This feature will allow you to see better at night in games, but not all computers have this feature.
Not everything is to increase or improve the FPS in Rust, it is also important that we can see the image correctly, so the gamma needs to be changed.
See at night in Rust climbing the range
In case you don't have a black equalized monitor, don't worry, depending on your graphics card you can make a similar change. Therefore, please read the following information carefully for easily load the range in Rust. However, you should update your graphics card drivers first, in case they are out of date.
Increase the range with the Nvidia filter
Keep in mind that to use this solution you need to have an Nvidia graphics card, in turn you need to have GeForce Experience installed. Fortunately, the GeForce Experience application can be launched very easily, you just have to press the key combination "Alt + Z".
In the upper left part of the screen, the “Game filter” option will be displayed, through which we can change options such as brightness, contrast and other aspects. Click on this option.
By clicking on this option, the various configurations listed (1, 2, 3) will be displayed. Select one of these settings and you will immediately notice a change in the Rust range.
If you want to make more specific settings, click on the option "Exposure / contrast". Here you can change each of the options, for this you have to move the exposure, contrast, shadows and gamma, which are the ones that mainly affect how it looks at night in Rust.
Set it to your liking and set it when it is night and very dark. This way, you can host all the options to your liking. Everything is a question of testing.
Expand the range with AMD cards
The tutorial above is intended for Nvidia graphics cards, but there is a similar process for AMD graphics cards as well. In fact, all you have to do is open Rust and then press the configuration button “Alt+Z”, after which the AMD menu will open.
In the upper right part of “Start” you will see a small button to put the menu in full screen, click on it. The AMD configuration menu will then open within Rust. Find the section you want to search for and type "Screen". Verify that the results show "Screen settings" and click this option.
Make sure the “Custom Color” option is activated, in which case you will be able to configure various aspects of the image to your liking. This time you should focus on "Brightness" and "contrast", options that will allow you to set the gamma in Rust to your liking.
Make the settings that seem best to you and that way you can play more easily during the night. The only downside to this feature is that the range of the system will also change, but you can also access this option from the desktop at any time. To do this, right-click on the desktop and select “AMD Radeon Software”.