Discussion in 'Game Tweaks and Modifications' started by DirtyDan, Nov 29, 2016.
But... but how will I ever play again with the bland default colors? O:
I have released an mod that changes the colours
Looks alright. A bit too yellow for my personal taste, but I'll give it a run.
Would love if Reshade would work again. :/ I bet it's because of the stupid online part.
Hi, I have a question;
if I only want to modify a config file into the engine\settings folder. Do I need to unpack every file of patch.fat or patch2.fat files, modify the file, and pack every file again as one of those files? or can I create a new zpatch or patch3 with only that modified file?
Because I can't found the way to get the game to use the modified file.
make a new folder call it eg: patch3
Put all files that you want there
then in CMD write "WD2Pack.exe patch3 patch3.fat"
I see, but that's what I did and doesn't work.
My first edit was only with testing purposes, I changed every texture quality level with lowest preset values in defaultrendersettings.xml, but no effect. I put the file into engine\settings folder and packed a zpatch.fat
Make sure you have the newest version of the game , otherwise it won't work
That's the case. I verified game files with uplay before starting the process. When I get home I will share file size of the exe and the fat file if you want to help me. Thank you very much.
Hi, that's the patch3 I created as test
524 KB (537.008 bytes)
131 MB (138.340.272 bytes)
Forget it. My bad.
It works. But I think there is some kind of cache of the config in the profile checkpoint data. If I change the graphics options and reload the checkpoint I can see my changes even when I ended with the same config as started. Changing options maybe forces a reload of the settings inside the defaultrendersettings file. \o/
Thank you anyway.
Yep , i even forgot about this , i remember that few days ago my changes were only applied when i changed my graphic settings , glad that you figured it out
The latest patch disabled all modding possibilities. EasyAntiCheat does detect them now.
What!? NOOOO why Ubisoft!