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Submitted by john2 233d ago | screenshot

Splinter Cell: Blacklist - Modded Vs Vanilla Comparison

DSOGaming writes: "Below you can find a comparison between two of our SweetFX settings. The first one is with subtle sharpening (and various tweaks to its mid-tones, shadows, saturation, curves levels and contrast) while the second one - the one we currently prefer and looks similar to what CDPR is doing with The Witcher 3 - has more sharpening." (PC, PS3, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Xbox 360)

starchild  +   233d ago
I'll try these settings out, but honestly the game already looks incredible. It's one of the best looking games on PC and has THE best lighting and shadows I have seen in any game.

It's not like other games such as Tomb Raider that I felt looked a little washed out and which benefited a lot with SweetFx tweaks.

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