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The Witcher 3 SweetFX Profile 'Ultra Realism' makes the game look even better

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The Witcher 3 SweetFX Profile 'Ultra Realism' makes the game look even better

The Witcher 3 SweetFX Profile 'Ultra Realism' makes the game look even better

 

After we talked about the Photorealism mod which completely overhauls the graphics of the spanking new Action RPG by CD Projekt RED, we're back to give you details on another visual mod. A YouTuber by the name of Lugo Gaming has just published a video showing off his SweetFX profile, which he named 'Ultra Realism'. With a name like that, you're right to expect something extraordinarily epic. Let's take a look.

 

The Witcher 3 SweetFX Profile 'Ultra Realism' makes the game look even better

 

Lugo's video is captured in 1440p, so if you have a WQHD screen, be sure to watch it at that resolution. The video looks great at 1080p too, though. Lugo shows the differences between the vanilla game and the game running his SweetFX profile, and the differences are very noticeable. You can download the Ultra Realism profile here.

 

 

Another mod that recently launched was E3FX, which tries to recreate the graphics shown in the E3 gameplay reveal. There was a lot of fuss regarding the visual downgrade the game went through, and this mod tries to mimic the visuals before the downgrade. You can download E3FX here.

Just a week after launch and there's already a bunch of mods made. The Witcher modding community has yet to disappoint. Do you have The Witcher 3? If yes, have you modded it? Let us know.

 

Join the discussion on The Witcher 3 SweetFX Ultra Realism profile on the OC3D Forums.

 

A YouTuber by the name of Lugo Gaming has just published a video showing off his SweetFX profile, 'Ultra Realism'. With...

Posted by OC3D on Thursday, 28 May 2015
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28-05-2015, 04:36:47

NeverBackDown
I think it kinda looks better than the E3FX mod that I have. Both look great. Really all CDPR need to do to make the game look better is adjust their colors and saturation. That's all these visual mods have done and they make it little less dull. While they are at it, they could sharpen up some textures because why notQuote
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