New FXAA injector for Skyrim takes you back to the medieval age; adds splendid lighting effects

Posted By | On 03rd, Feb. 2012 Under Feature, Slider | Follow This Author @KartikMdgl

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We have a new mod for Skyrim, which is the ultimate version of the FXAA injector, featuring better lighting and gives a natural look to the in-game graphics. In other words, the mod takes you back to the medieval days. That’s how Skyrim should be enjoyed as well, and after the game came out last year, this seems to be the best mod yet. As you can see in the images we have provided, the look is surreal, and will really immerse you in the game, considering it looks just like a real fantasy world. Bethesda did a good job with the vanilla Skyrim, but this mod takes it to another level. You can download it from over here, and if you have the Nexus download manager, it just takes a few clicks before you completely transform Skyrim to unleash its real potential when it comes to visuals.
You need a good PC to run the mod in all its glory though, because the post processing effects are cranked up to overdrive here, but the end image quality is better than any mod we have seen. You can download the mod from here. It also features some new lighting effects that really brings a spark to the overall image.
~ Darker and more gritty atmosphere
~ New lightning effects
~ Sharper textures with new FXAA Post Process Injector
~ Enhanced contrast

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  • ME

    I’m all for adding realistic lighting to a game… but how come a lot of these mods seem to just destroy it with contrast? Honestly, when was the last time you were standing out side on a super bright, sunny day and the introduction of a fire source meant super heavy shadows on the surrounding area and an effect that made the surrounding area to the fire seem brighter than what the Sun was providing? This shit’s a joke.

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  • charles2029

    Who doesn’t love lightning effects? In real life it’s exciting, so in a game it adds that little extra something special.


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