If you use the old-style triple screen setup where you calculate your FOV yourself using a FOV calculator then you'll want to go and adjust the bottom right option of the RF2 in-game triple screen "app". I felt something was wrong. It almost looked as if multiview was disabled. My mirrors looked unproportionately big and my peripheral vision on my outer monitors looked way less than usual. It seems that the default triple screen angle setting has changed. RF2 (like RF1, SCE, etc.) always looked just about spot-on for 45-ish degree angled monitors without the need for a triple screen setup tool (as long as you use the correct FOV and bezel correction) but it must have recently changed. Once I opened up the triple screen setup tool and eyeballed the bottom right setting (monitor angle) to 50-ish degrees, everything has since looked about spot-on like usual. In-Short: If using triple screens without the in-game triples setup tool then you may have to open the tool and raise the monitor angle setting if your outer monitors are showing too little peripheral vision and too large mirrors because something has recently changed.