Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC Mod Removes Gold Filter, Do You Prefer Mod Or No Mod?

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This one is an interesting one and maybe something Eidos Montreal should have considered as perhaps a toggle capability. Everyone realizes that Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s “gold” filtered visual presentation is one of its trademarks, but after seeing what the game looks like with this latest mod one has to ask themselves if it’s the best way to experience the game. A brand new mod for the Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC version removes the filter along with a few other things and the game looks a lot different to say the least. The ENBSeries mod for the game, made by the same community responsible for Grand Theft Auto IV’s stunning visual overhaul, is only for Nvidia cards but if you fall into that category then you are in for a treat. We put up a quick comparison of a few pics below and you can see more over at PC Gamer but you tell us, do you prefer the game’s original gold shaded look or the new brighter version? We can’t wait to hear what you think about this one.

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In addition to removing that gold filter they also improved the lighting and smoke effects, most would say the game just looks better in almost every way. As with anything though there is a performance hit to run the mod, so if you don’t have a powerful gaming PC you might not even want to try it. If you do though, give it a try and let us know what you think of the difference. I’ll admit as a console player this is the one thing that I am kind of jealous of when it comes to pc games, the ability to further extend and expand the games long after release. If you want to try out the actual mod for yourself, you can find it here.

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Lorenzo Winfrey

Lorenzo Winfrey

Editor-In-Chief at ZoKnowsGaming
I am the Co-Ceo of DLT Digital Media. We are a company that is focused on developing new and innovative web properties in addition to developing WordPress based web sites for others. But before I was all that, I was a gamer.
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