After all these years working on Linux in the server environment, I was finally able to configure the console resolution upon booting from an auto-size screen to a custom-size screen. It is simply by adding two lines of GRUB environment values to /etc/default/grub and altering a variable called GRUB_COMMAND_LINUX to include at the end vga=0x0342.
As you can see, line 2 and line 3 were added as well as line 8 was altered to include vga=0x0342 or vga=ask. If you wish to have the system display the availability of screen size resolution upon reboot, you should say vga=ask, otherwise, vga=0x0342 will work upon reboot. So, our next phase will be to compile a new grub boot. on Vmware Workstation on windows v16.x.x and VMFusion on Mac, they both will take this configuration since I've tested on both systems.
sudo su -
grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg
now, Your linux boot loader Framebuffer should be larger. In a matter of fact, it should now be with a resolution of 1152 by 864 with 24 bit.