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In Topic: Game Screenshot Thread

Today, 01:37 PM

Clouds/Weather Engine - http://www.realenvir....com/essod.html

The clouds while lacking in DCS is nothing compared to XP10. Which are downright comedic.

In Topic: Game Screenshot Thread

Yesterday, 10:51 AM

There's really no point in it mate. Just adjust the Texture Res slider as that negates the need for AA and the jaggies will go away. I'd try 145%-155% for your rig first. Play a few rounds and adjust on the fly based upon performance you receive.

In Topic: Game Screenshot Thread

23 November 2014 - 11:21 PM

View PostWhiteKnight77, on 22 November 2014 - 10:04 PM, said:

That looks pretty cool.

Haven't been a fan of many of the previous DLC's for BF4. But I actually like this one.

View PostFlogger23m, on 23 November 2014 - 12:47 PM, said:

What res/AA settings is that? I am finding it very hard to get rid of jaggies in BF4, although I only have a 1080 monitor. I am currently running it at 1440P through Nvidia DSR, though I assume it wouldn't look as good as a monitor made for that res.

It's 4K DS to 3200x1800 with 135% RSE. I get odd stuff happening at default 4K for some reason, but that depends upon the map typically.

Finished up my very first 777 texture. Think it came out rather well.

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In Topic: Game Screenshot Thread

22 November 2014 - 08:56 PM

Final Stand.

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In Topic: Call for Money: Advanced Warfare

21 November 2014 - 02:28 PM

View PostJeza, on 21 November 2014 - 02:10 PM, said:

Posted Image In an email provided to APGNation by Bro Team Pill, Machinima warned its managed channels that Activision issued DMCA claims on videos displaying Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare glitches. While we don’t have one hundred precent confirmation that this is true, this wouldn’t be the first time Activision has been caught issuing false DMCA take downs against Youtubers who showcase particular aspects of a video game. Activision issuing these false claims are opening themselves up to all sorts of legal repercussions, including prejury and monetary claims of lost revenue for the take down of videos. It is, however, unlikely that even if Actvision is issuing false claims they will face any such penalties.


Typical douche-canone Publisher route. Don't like negative reviews or videos showing issues? File a DMCA. Ubisoft tried that a couple of years ago and some guy in the US took them to court for SEC violations. They dropped the claims pretty quickly.