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By now you've probably heard of "ReShade/SweetFX". If not, let me give you a brief synopsis: ReShade/SweetFX is a set of custom shaders that do various things to improve videogame graphics. These things include antialiasing, color correction, Depth of field and shadows. This mod presented here is a custom ReShade for Watch Dogs. Download it today and enjoy enhanced graphics.
What do you think of Alden's phone? Do you wish it looked like a modern Smartphone? Well that's what this mod does. It changes the phone interface to look like a modern Android-based Smartphone. It also changes map icons and crosshairs. Sometimes a small change makes a big impact.
This utility allows for detailed editing of the game's graphics settings.
Save that takes place early in game with all but one skill unlocked (including the online skills) and the following rare items acquired: Boxberg LE, Vespid LE, Sayanora LE, Piledriver, Wildfire, Spec Ops Goblin, Chrome.
The graphical mods are using strong Depth of Field settings that makes the game look more cinematic and perfect for taking amazing screenshots. But it sometimes makes the game uncomfortable to play.
This mod adds all of the side missions (Gang Hideout aka. Lair and Convoy) to the Fixers Contract App.
This mod enables possibility to surrender to cops after act 3. In the game surrender is possible before finishing act 3. After that you cant surrender no more. This fixes it.
A config tool for Lunayah's Watch_Dogs Enhanced Reality Mod version 3.1 to let users adjust it to their liking.
A SweetFX shader package visual preset.
This is a mixture of several different mod types. Visuals, skip intro, etc.
The first game had an interesting idea for gameplay, but Ubi managed to frag it in the process. I hope that the second game will actually manage to pull it off the ground. And, yeah. I hope that Win10 won't be a requirement and that we will have support for at least Win7. But with MS pushing hard for Win10, i guess that anything goes. Murphy's laws seem to apply so damn well in the industry. Ubi is also under heavy fire, as Vivendi is trying to make a hostile takeover and seem not to be intimidated of the fact that the remaining Ubi star developer announced that they will leave the company (something that worked well when EA tried to do a hostile takeover a few years ago). Also, Ubi can't get another bailout from the french and canadian governments, as it happened in the EA case. After a few releases that came under fire because the buggy state at release, Ubi desperately needs a real winner. This game might be it, but only if they can reach as many people as they can. When Take 2 was in danger, the bail came from the grossing sales of one single game (GTA4) and Take2 managed to survive, restructure and grow in a more healthy manner. Maybe Ubi will look at that example. Just, maybe..