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Monday, April 16th 2018, 7:53am

Reshade experimental results - RoM with more realistic lighting

Legalities note - no in game files are modified, added, or removed.

So, was playing around a little with Reshade on a different game, and was curious if it worked with RoM too. And apparently it does. This isn't tailored to RoM by any means, but the more realistic lighting and extra post processing added does make some interesting results.

Some screenshots of comparisons below























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Tuesday, April 17th 2018, 4:13am

So you can make your game look like that while you play? This is not done post for better looking screenshots?
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Tuesday, April 17th 2018, 9:57pm

So you can make your game look like that while you play? This is not done post for better looking screenshots?
Yeah, it adds post processing/shaders while your game is running. Its not for screenshots. Its actually used commonly in alot of other games, not sure why it was never popularized in RoM. There's alot of youtube vids you cn get on it, the setup is pretty much the same for any game.

I get about ~15% FPS drop on my machine when running it.
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