Doom 3 BFG Hi Def

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Doom 3 BFG Hi Def (for BFG edition of game) Higher poly models, tga texture sources, soft shadows and effects. Runs mods. High Definition HD

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  • 4nubis 4nubis

    The Mod is great, but I'm getting black artifacts in the left corner of the screen. Do you know what I should do to get rid of them? They take up a nice big square shaped part of the screen. It only shows up in cutscenes and during gameplay. It isn't there in the menu or the loading screen.

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    • y2keeth y2keeth Creator

      disable ssao

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      • 4nubis 4nubis

        switch it off in the .cfg file? When the value is zero?

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      • y2keeth y2keeth Creator

        yes 0 is off

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      • #4Guest Guest

        who is the man? y2keeth is the man! Worked perfectly

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      • y2keeth y2keeth Creator

        glad it worked for you

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      • egold1 egold1

        in what .cfg file did you changed it? because it's taking the whole left side of my screen and i can't seem to get rid of it.

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      • THEV00D00 THEV00D00

        @egold: if you have a huge dark square, starting from the lower left corner, covering more than 1/3 of your whole screen and using a nvidia card, the latest driver is causing this. If you roll back to v378.78 it's gone. The only way to get rid of this issue with the actual geforce driver (v381.65) is to turn of softshadows. r_useShadowMapping 0
        This issue appears with any rbdoom3bfg release.

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      • egold1 egold1

        That did it. Thanks!

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  • Recezy Recezy

    You need to delete all patches and just keep the latest one, just redownload all the old patches and overwrite them with the latest ones so people only need to download 1 patch with all the others already included. And just update that 1 patch whenever you make changes.

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    • y2keeth y2keeth Creator

      they are all archived

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      • y2keeth y2keeth Creator

        deleted anyway

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      • y2keeth y2keeth Creator

        anybody installing a 2.9 patch on top of 3.0 doesn't understand version numbers lol

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      • Recezy Recezy

        Good man. Now it's more simpler, it annoys me when I see all these patched and it's just like, do I even need all these patches installed? It would be easier if you made 1 big patch and just keep updating it whenever you need to and rename it after so people know it's been updated.

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