Dual wield greatsword.
Screw that. Duel wield shields!
Dual wield greatsword.
Screw that. Duel wield shields!
Meh, I bought all the skins. Mostly because I’m a Diva and like my characters to look good in their swag.
Makes you the worlds biggest target though.
Sure, old camera and old animations…for $30 each as DLC.
The TB way is the ONLY way.
They should run a voting contest to appoint a community rep as part of the map panel. Since so far TB’s choices have been lacking some what.
I mean the game has FXAA. And it’s really disgusting, blurs out the whole game. Some sharpness filter and SMAA fixed that.
Oh lol, sorry I thought you said SweetFX did it.
Yea, its terrible. I’ve added a new profile btw. Did the opposite to what I like, which if the responses I got from my Kingdoms of Amalur profile are anything to go by, is what most people tend to like.
“Marcus Fenix Mode” xD
Oh and also included instructions on where to get the 64bit version of sweetfx, also how to install it.
@Everyone: Oh and if the screens look to dark. Its my monitor. Its shitty viewsonic <_<
Overhead, Overhead, Overhead and when they start to effectively block that, be a dick and break the pattern by stepping back a wee bit when they would normally block, and stab them as they go to wind up.
Blergh, 3D and oversaturation. Whyy?
I just use mine to get a rid of that incredibly awful FXAA blur:
See to me, that looks like something out of a 90’s PC game. It’s not FXAA blur, because Sweetfx doesn’t use FXAA, it uses SMAA. Its caused by the Chromatic Aberration effect that the version of SweetFX I have is using. If I turned it off the blur would disappear, but as I prefer the blur, it stays on.
As for Over-saturation, looks fine to me. Its more colour then the original, but then again I’m not trying to replicate the original. I find the original under-saturated and boring to look at. Yea I see the idea, realism woo yay and all that. But given the game is about as realistic as a flying sentient piece of vomit, it really has no place if you ask me.
To each their own I guess.
Originally posted on Steam:
Recently I discovered the x64 bit version of SweetFX that works with DX9,DX10 and DX11. So I added it to my Chiv, and decided to share a few screenshots of my game. Here’s what I play with, I feel its quite an improvement over the base game. Though I admit it brings an all new challenge to fighting at night, (Which makes sense, it is night time…not day.), that many people may not appreciate due to the competive nature of the game.
If people want the preset, I’ll upload it, otherwise this is just a glory shot (Hehehe)
Marcus Fenix Mode:
Comparison Shot, left is no sweetfx, right is with sweetfx.
Raven Dice Profile Gallery:
Marcus Fenix Mode Profile Gallery
WARNING! about mega.co.nz links
The following has mega.co.nz links. You will need to copy and paste them into your browsers address bar. If you do not know what an address bar, or heaven forbid, a browser is, then you should stop right now and turn back, as I won’t be holding hands for anyone beyond this point. You can ask questions of course, but don’t expect a dot by dot tutorial beyond what is written here.
64bit DX 10 and 11 compatible SweetFX
Marcus Fenix Mode
Instructions on how to Use and Install 64bit SweetFX:
1. Download from link above
3. Copy contents of extracted folder to your 64bit chiv folder (Steam\SteamApps\common\chivalrymedievalwarfare\Binaries\Win64)
4. Copy the contents of the X64_dll’s folder to your main folder.
–-If you are using my Preset or any other preset, read on—
5. Copy downloaded preset to preset folder inside sweetfx folder
6. Open Sweetfx_preset.txt
7. Change whatever in there to say "#include “SweetFX\Presets\SweetFX_Settings_CMW.exe_RavenDice Preset.txt”
Now run your game, you should notice an immediate difference, if not, go through the steps again. If you run into issues pointing the sweetfx preset in the right place, just rename the sweetfx_settings.txt file to have .old on the end, and then name your preset sweetfx_settings.txt and put it in the win64 folder that the main exe is in.
If you follow the instructions correctly and this works, you can now download the 1.5 stand-alone sweetfx configurator, and make changes. It should say 1.5 next to CMW.exe in the configurator, and allow you to turn Chromatic Abberation on and off.
Thanks: Boulotaur2024(64bit version of sweetfx) and CeeJay(creator of sweetfx)
If you replaced parts, and you are still getting problems, its likely a software issue.
Here’s some basics to get you started while TB gets onto your issue.
-Update your Graphics Drivers
-Reinstall Chivalry (delete the local content, then redownload)
-Sign up for the beta, see if the patch there fixes any problems.
-Look for consistent’s, things that happen every crash.
-Try disabling the steam overlay.
-Disable any other overlay programs, Fraps or some overclocking software
-Disable your antivirus firewall and try again.
-Set your resolution/screen settings so only one monitor is being used.
Games crashing after the “bugfix” was applied. Honestly now I do wonder why you try to fix these things, it just causes more problems :chargrined:
Anyway, game plays for exactly 10 minutes, no problems, then crashes. Steam does not crash. All other games work fine. Drivers are up to date. Hardware is top notch and in prime condition.