2017 HD Graphics Mod +

Star Wars Battlefront II mod |

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Graphics Enhancer for Star Wars Battlefront II. My main objective was to make the game more realistic by sharpening the image, normalizing color saturation, improving game lighting, using a more subtle bloom and making it compatible with ALL the maps (there are some well known graphics enhancers that are glitchy in white maps like Hoth, or in Space). PLEASE GIVE CREDIT IF YOU USE MY MOD.

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  • snadams snadams

    Mod looks amazing,but I seem to be getting an error:

    BattlefrontII.exe - Application Error
    The application failed to in initialize properly (0x00000fd). Click OK to terminate the application.

    Is this a know or issue or have I done something wrong?

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  • mortonfreeman mortonfreeman

    Do you need to have installed the previous versions or can you just have version 1.5b?

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  • #8Guest Guest

    How to download this mod. I clicked Download now and seems nothing

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    • ChooMcoo258 ChooMcoo258

      If you clicked "Download Now" then the file would've downloaded.

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  • ChooMcoo258 ChooMcoo258

    This makes the color white WAAAAAAAAAAY too bright. I'll be playing on Hoth and the ground basically blinds me but the moment I turn off the reshade it looks fine. You should really turn down brightness on the color white.

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    • ChooMcoo258 ChooMcoo258

      I edited the MasterEffect.h file and disabled bloom and it completely fixed the problem. Bloom seems to make a glow around white colors which is terrible to look at.

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      • ChooMcoo258 ChooMcoo258

        What you do is right click the mastereffect file and select edit with Notepad++, then just edit certain settings to your liking. Main thing is disabling Bloom. Once you're done in the top left click file, and about half way down there's a save button.

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      • Gamer_Boy_YT Gamer_Boy_YT

        H0W???

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      • Gamer_Boy_YT Gamer_Boy_YT

        H0W???

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      • #8Guest Guest

        how did you do that i already know about the MasterEffect.h file but i dont know how to confirm it

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