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E3FX for Dragon's Dogma

Created by Drogean
Added Jan. 13, 2016
Updated 23 Aug 17:44 CEST
Shader used: ReShade
Preset description:
I made this Reshade because the game looks really dated. Its more fantasy-ish and based on my Witcher 3 work. NO crushed blacks like every single other mod you'll come across. More Screenshot Comparisons http://www.nexusmods.com/dragonsdogma/mods/6/ For more mods and mod discussion, please visit: https://www.reddit.com/r/DragonsDogmods There is a performance hit that scale's heavily with resolution, so unless you are able to hold over 60 fps native, you may lose a decent amount of fps. 4k = MUCH higher performance costs. Nvidia cards recommended To Install * Just extract the zip to your Dragons Dogma .exe folder * Hit scroll lock in-game to toggle effects on and off Recommended Settings: * 1080p Res, full screen, all settings on/high, HDR LOW, 5500/6500 monitor temperature, In-game brightness 11 * MAKE SURE your monitor is calibrated. You should be able to see boxes 1-5 on this page: http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/black.php
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Download Link Moved : http://www.nexusmods.com/dragonsdogma/mods/6/

Comments

Drogean
23 Aug 17:43 CEST

my presets own Kputte's, my E3FX reshades are famous

Raijin
19 Jan 12:52 CET

@codifier game worth with Sweetfx, but you must know what you're doing and not exaggerate things. i'm sure K-putt'e can make a very good preset like he always does. for time being i used a preset that i use in Dirt Rally, tweaked in a bit, and it' OK. for me the saturation is not OK, and colors are lacking a bit

codifier
14 Jan 16:00 CET

This game honestly isn't worth using SweetFX shaders, because they seem to brighten up the game and make it look less natural. I know it's a fantasy game, but changing the colors really makes it feel off. The game has a pretty good saturation already. For that reason, I'd say that use only: SMAA to lessen jaggies, use Lumasharpen for cleaner look (don't make it too crispy though.) because the game is a bit blurry by default. And for last, adjust the levels to make shadows look more realistic.

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