Dark souls sweet fx
As the PC version of Dark Souls 3 releases on April 12th, visual enthusiasts around the world, such as myself, will want to know how they can make their copy of Dark Souls 3 look better. I'm happy to report that this time around, such tools are not needed for the majority of gamers. Additionally, there is now an auto-hide HUD feature in the options menu. With an urge to contribute to the Souls community similar to what I did with Enhanced Wasteland for Fallout 4I took it upon myself to create a graphics enhancement preset called Rekindled FX using ReShadewith SweetFX—a post-processing injector for games.
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Left is before, right is after pic.
The project seems like a painstaking job, but I can already tell the final result will be worth the trouble. Stay3D [Twitter via ResetEra ].
Filed under Here are a few screenshots of the not-yet-finalized mod working its magic: And here are some before-and-after comparisons: I figured it out, the problem was I was dumb the whole time. Now I can swap back to unmodified files at will, so expect a lot of comparisons in the near future.
They are anything but random. I always appreciate seeing that passion bubble up into fan creations that benefit the wider community. Jordan is a founding member of Destructoid and poster of seemingly random pictures.
Starting with my current favorite, Shrine of Amana. Outside of Twitter, you can also keep tabs on this mod on Twitchwhere the creator streams their work. Plenty of Souls fans dislike it, but the people who dig it are really, truly enamored with Drangleic.
I just love the look of this place. Next: Sneezing is how you get around in Hayfever. Easily the brightest level in the game now, followed closely by Dragon Shrine.
I figured it out, the problem was I was dumb the whole time.