Post by AshesMelodyGirl on Feb 15, 2020 11:19:18 GMT 10
thanks i gonna check this right now 😍😘
Good news! The Ultimate trainer DOES work along with 3dmigoto, it's just me who was an idiot I thought activating the hotkey section and pressing the corresponding one should be enough, but just now I realised that the trainer has scrollbars and there are tons of options in the lower part, including the one which activates the manual flashlight.
So now, the game really starts to look good and the silly tension created by the flashlight is gone!
I know what you're saying, haha! What I did was disable a shader, so I think the performance should actually increase a little
For all the people eager to test this, I created a little package with the first alpha version, and you can download it here:
Please check it out and tell me if and how it works for you.
Unpack all the files to the root of your RE2 installation folder (usually: [your Steam folder]\steamapps\common\RESIDENT EVIL 2 BIOHAZARD RE2\ )
Run the game and it should work if you select "TAA" in Options -> Graphics -> Anti-aliasing. The "OFF" option also works, but it looks much worse.
If you don't like it, don't want it anymore, or if things go bad for any reason, running the included 3dmigoto uninstall.bat (also from the installation folder) should get rid of it. Even though I played with shader files a lot, I never had to use the Steam option which can be used to restore proper game files.
Don't forget about disabling the flashlight if you want to feel more of the original atmosphere.
In the near future, it probably needs some way to use toggle the effect. For instance, the main screen and the city part looks pretty bad with this enabled, but I'll take that over the RPD looking dark and blue. I'll try to do more when I have the time, but I lack both spare time and knowledge to do this properly.